An excessive heat warning is in effect this week for much of the Louisville area

An excessive heat warning is in effect this week for much of the Louisville area

WEATHER IMPACT: An excessive heat warning is in effect this week for much of the Louisville area

Rising temperatures will bring dangerous heat to the area.

Now, your weather with meteorological list. Daniel Johnson Yeah, we’re definitely thinking about all those people in California and hoping it’s not as bad as we think. But yes, the amount of rain that falls over the course of a year in one day is reliable. So, of course, we’ll keep you updated on this storm. I have some information about this topic coming soon in this forecast. But first, here’s a look outside of downtown Louisville. The sun is shining, and some high clouds are there. 981 is the highest. So, or the current temperature, I should say. This means we have started the heat wave. Today is the first day of an extended period. Our dew point is 68, and rising. This makes it feel like 95 degrees because of the high dew point. Now, if you’re heading to the show for the rest of the day, we’re looking at temperatures slowly dropping and I mean slow dropping into the 80s. We’ll probably still be in the 80s, at least here in town at 11:00 tonight. So, it’s going to be warm as we head through the next few hours. Your Daily Calendar Today, well, we hit 92 degrees. This was the official high after a low of 68. So, the high was hot, but it’s going to get hotter. Take a look at these numbers tomorrow. We expect 96, Tuesday, 95, Wednesday, 97. And believe it or not, it will be hotter than that. I will show you the forecast for the next seven days. And it’s not even the actual high temperature. That’s what you feel will be the problem. That’s why extreme heat warnings are now in effect from Louisville points west to a few counties north. Lawrence Jackson, Jennings under heat warnings. Then notice this maroon shadow east of Louisville. This is a high temperature warning and will likely become a high temperature warning soon or a high temperature warning. The National Weather Service waits a little longer to issue a warning or advisory this way. But either way you look at it, there’s a risk of hot weather ahead of the entire viewing area now. Temperatures are in the high 80s and low 90s. Dew points in the mid to upper 60s. Combined satellite radar. We did get a few light showers early this morning and parts of southern Indiana but it didn’t last long. Now they are dying, they are fading, and we are clear and will remain clear before tonight. But here are the tropics. The latest on Hillary. It is still a tropical storm. Winds of 60 mph. It made landfall in Mexico earlier today, but is now heading towards Southern California and bringing lots of rain. And now the Atlantic Ocean. Yes, the Atlantic Ocean is warming up now. Now two tropical storms have formed just today or just last night, and today we have Franklin, Tropical Storm Franklin there. Then we have Tropical Storm Emily in the Atlantic as well. We will monitor that closely. 75 tonight, mostly clear and warm heading into tomorrow’s State Fair forecast, 96 degrees. Stay hydrated if you’re heading outside. Actual temperatures will be between 100 and 1. And 106 tomorrow afternoon. And hey, everyone’s going back to school tomorrow. Here is the expected bus stop number 73 in the morning. A warm start, and then we’ll get into the mid-90s when the kids come home. So make sure to stay hydrated and stay cool on the buses. Since everyone is heading out and about here, here is your seven-day forecast. Look how hot it is. We reached up to 100 degrees Thursday afternoon, and are still approaching 100 degrees on Friday. Some relief next weekend, 89 with a few showers Saturday, Sunday looking nice, 85 degrees with sunshine. It’s going to be really cool over the next few days. Stay calm.

WEATHER IMPACT: An excessive heat warning is in effect this week for much of the Louisville area

Rising temperatures will bring dangerous heat to the area.

Mother Nature is turning up the heat this workweek. Dangerously hot conditions will be heading into the area. An excessive heat warning goes into effect Monday afternoon through Thursday with the heat index rising to triple digits. Highs will return to the lower 90s on Sunday as temperatures rise and a return to school and work is expected. It is important to take precautions if you work in the heat. Children, the elderly, and pets should be closely monitored. Watch for signs of heat exhaustion. Temperatures are expected to rise to a possible high of 100 degrees on Thursday before falling into the 80s with the possibility of rain on Saturday.

Mother Nature is turning up the heat this workweek.

Dangerously hot conditions will be heading into the area.

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An excessive heat advisory goes into effect Monday afternoon through Thursday with the heat index rising to triple digits.

“High temperatures” this week

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High temperatures this week

Highs will recover to the lower 90s on Sunday as temperatures rise marking the back-to-school and work outlook.

Hot temperatures

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Hot temperatures

It is important to take precautions if you work in the heat.

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Dangerous heat

Children, the elderly, and pets should be closely monitored.

Signs of heat exhaustion

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Signs of heat exhaustion

Watch for signs of heat exhaustion.

"7" day

Temperatures are expected to rise to a possible high of 100 degrees on Thursday before falling into the 80s with the possibility of rain on Saturday.

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