More Heat And Storms On The Way Sunday

The Weather Channel stated that strong upper-level ridges of high pressures- or'heat domes- contribute to the hot temperatures that will rack the US this weekend

Dangerous, prolonged heat expected in Kansas City metro area into the weekend | The Kansas City Star

Most of ME is heading into a stretch of heat and humidity that won't subside until Friday at the earliest, the National Weather Service in Gray said Sunday. This is the warmest heat wave of the year, placing over 80 million under heat advisories this Saturday.

The high temp on both Tuesday and Wednesday will be 92 degrees, according to forecasters.

Extreme heat can cause illness and death among the at-risk population who can't stay cool.

Other areas may still feel like they're at or above 100 degrees because of the heat index, which indicates what the temperature feels like.

"Oppressive heat and humidity combined with ample sunshine, make for unsafe conditions", according to the National Weather Service's website, and people are advised to stay cool indoors and avoid strenuous activity outdoors amid the heat wave.

Some inland areas of ME, such as Fryeburg, could find themselves in a heat wave, which is defined as three consecutive days of 90-degree temperatures.

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The southerly winds will help keep low-level moisture in place.

The normal high for much of July is around 90°.

Today will be our last day of the Excessive Heat Warning, which expires at 8 PM tonight. Calm wind becoming north around 5 miles per hour in the afternoon. It'll quiet down through the overnight and into Sunday morning. Timing is best between 2-7 7 storms move west to east across the area. Humidity level is gauged by the dew point temperature, which was just below 60 degrees and in a fairly comfortable range Friday afternoon.

Another round of severe weather will fire up Saturday across parts of the Midwest with damaging winds, large hail and brief tornadoes possible from Kansas to Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

There were few power outages in the city as of Saturday morning, but power issues care more likely during heat waves.

Thursday - A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Partly sunny, with a high near 88.

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