Alert day: Excessive heat warning

Alert day: Excessive heat warning

Alert day: Excessive heat warning

Very hot and very humid with temperatures around 100 degrees

Lindsay. It will be very hot if people are planning to go to the game. So they should bring plenty of water. definitely. Just make sure you have a small cooling fan as well. Those around your neck or even a cooling towel if you’re headed to the game, the good news is that the roof probably won’t be closed because there’s no chance of rain today. But it will still be very hot, especially by the time that game starts. So, today we have warnings about excessive heat. We have another extreme heat warning issued for most of our counties tomorrow as well. Rain chances are still very slim, there are some slight chances on Thursday and Friday nights, but that’s not something that will provide much relief, the good news is that the two rain chances will bring a cold front. That relief has finally arrived, with the weekend upon us, and then finally, the humidity will drop on Sunday. So the reason we get these excessive heat warnings is due to high heat stress. It’s not just the high temperature that allows this. You must have overly humidified dew points, which do not allow your body to cool effectively. We cannot sweat effectively when it is very humid outside. That’s why, when you combine high and high temperatures and dew point together, it feels like today’s temperature will exceed the triple digits. That’s why we have an excessive heat warning for today. Today’s heat index is possible. Between 105 and 115 throughout the area, especially if you’re far from the lake like in Brookfield, 76 degrees. There is actually very little lake fog that I saw. Pop up here on some satellite images, plus Matt Salem just sent me a photo. I tweeted it. Make sure to check it out. But it’s very soupy. It is very foggy due to the amount of moisture currently in the air. It is a foggy, hot and humid day. So, today, your best friend will be the air conditioner. If you don’t have those light colored clothes, something like this, very loose and airy, would be very helpful for the day. And you can see this heat index this afternoon. Southwest wind. So, even if you’re on the lakeside, we don’t have a breeze coming off the lake today. The lake temperature is now about 71 degrees. All the winds are coming from the southwest, which will make it feel like triple digits. Are we close to the records? In fact, we set a 76-year-old record here, 98 degrees, in 1947. Today’s high is 97 degrees. We might even or even break this if we can pull off a few more scores tomorrow. We have more of this heat stress. That’s why the National Weather Service has issued a second extreme heat warning for all of our counties. Again, excluding Fond du Lac, Sheboygan, and Port Washington. A lot of this is due to the difference in wind direction, which will make the thermal pressure a little better. The best part about the forecast I know today, it’s not great, but we will see the dew point drop very effectively as we start the weekend. We haven’t had a lot of very hot days this year. In fact, six days is in the 90s. We usually have about nine for the entire summer. The last 100 degree day was the first day of summer last year, and the last extreme heat warning was four years ago. Today and tomorrow we will have two in a row, 31 days until fall. So, if you’re thinking about sweaters, cold weather, and pumpkin spice, yeah, we can just think about it, it definitely won’t feel like that today. 97 today, 93 tomorrow. Even cooler with the chance of a pair of POP UPS on Friday over the weekend. Cooler, cozy, breezy and another shot at that

Alert day: Excessive heat warning

Very hot and very humid with temperatures around 100 degrees

WARNING DAY: Excessive Heat Warning The Excessive Heat Warning has been extended in some of our counties until 7pm on Thursday.

Alert day: Excessive heat warning

The extreme heat warning has been extended in some of our counties until 7pm on Thursday.

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