Heat warnings for Louisville: How hot can it be?

Heat warnings for Louisville: How hot can it be?

An excessive heat warning is in effect throughout the Louisville area

The heatwave will bring the hottest temperatures of the year so far, and may even break records.

Only there during that little weather forecast. It’s very hot there. We’re talking serious heat. I mean, when heat index values ​​are 105 to 110 and your temperatures are in the mid to upper 90s, there’s no way to escape that heat unless you have plenty of shade. Obviously, lots of water. Stay hydrated. You know the drill. If you do this stuff for a living, you know what I’m talking about. OK. The numbers outside however, here at the State Fair, are down. There is no question about it, due to the heat and humidity. So I was here a little bit, and I went into the south wing. We have all ongoing exhibitions. Very good crowd here. Temperatures are nice and cool. And where to go, there’s no question about it, if you’re headed to the Kentucky State Fair, again, just dress for the weather. Know that it will still be very hot in the evening and during the evening and it will just be a slow cooling trend on the way. Let’s get outside now. Live view from tower cameras. We have mostly sunny skies. It’s blurry, there’s no question. the weather is hot. Still. Temperatures dropped to 93 degrees, at least at the airport. However, the relative humidity is very high with that dew point in the mid-70s. So the feeling of desire is still huge at this dinner hour. Other temperatures from top to bottom around the viewing area. We’re basically going from the upper 80s to the low and middle 90s. What you see is what you get in the next hour or two. Then things will slowly stabilize regarding the heat index values. Wow, everyone has crossed the 100 mark in some cases from 105 to 110. And we’re still flirting. 115 in Dubois County in southwest Indiana for several hours this Thursday afternoon. Clear radar scan. We had a pair of showers and storms moving out of Ohio this morning, mainly along and east of Interstate 75 across the commonwealth. A few of them have moved into our eastern communities, but we’re dry now and will stay that way for the rest of the night. The large image shows very calm conditions for the better part of the Ohio Valley. The storm area late tonight, early tomorrow, looks mainly north and northeast of our area. As a matter of fact, when you wake up on Friday morning, the warm and humid temperatures will likely start anywhere from 75 to 80 degrees, 80 here in the downtown area. But watch ahead because most of the day is dry. A mix of sun and clouds on Friday. Its temperature will quickly rise again. No question about it. But late in the day, he noticed widely scattered storms trying to form. We have this opportunity, guys, from late tomorrow until tomorrow evening. If you get hit by one of these storms, you will cool down significantly if you are not still very stressed, as heat index values ​​and temperatures will still be high. Highs tomorrow, probably high 90s tomorrow is the last real hot day of this heat wave before things start to get back to reality, so to speak, before we start to cool off a little bit. Please keep in mind that the excessive heat warning will be in effect again tomorrow afternoon. And in the evening. Heat index values ​​could reach 110. Again, here’s your forecast now for this Thursday evening, the 90s will slide into the 80s. Heat index values ​​are still very high. Be careful if you’re looking at your detailed 12-hour forecast tomorrow, a rapid climb through the 90s to reach highs late in the day for middle and upper 90s Heat Index values ​​reaching 110 and a chance for a few widely scattered storms late from today. This storm threat will continue tomorrow night into early Saturday as the front works throughout. We’re 91 on Saturday and then we’re back in the 80s. That would be great on Sunday. What about the low and mid 80s for most of next week and the lows at night? There’s no doubt we’ll be in the 50s and 60s and we can’t wait for that. Well, high school football games will be played in tomorrow’s area. You know what they won’t allow these ball games until the temperature rises in India

An excessive heat warning is in effect throughout the Louisville area

The heatwave will bring the hottest temperatures of the year so far, and may even break records.

Excessive heat advisories and warnings have been issued due to the dangerous heat expected this week. Highs will be in the 90s, but it will feel like 100 to 110 degrees all week. An excessive heat warning will be in effect on Thursday and Friday. CHECK: ACTIVE WEATHER ALERTS Record high temperatures are also possible, especially over the weekend. Wednesday will be a sunny day with hot temperatures reaching the mid 90s. Thursday and Friday are likely to be the hottest days of the week, with highs approaching 100 degrees and heat index values ​​likely to rise above 105 degrees, possibly reaching 108. Temperatures will be near record levels. Due to the heat, Louisville is opening cooling centers and Operation White Flag is in effect. Here are some tips on how to stay cool during this heatwave: drink plenty of fluids, stay in an air-conditioned room, stay out of the sun, and check on relatives and neighbors. Small children and pets should never be left unattended in vehicles under any circumstances. Take extra precautions if you work or spend time outside. When possible, reschedule strenuous activities for the early morning or evening. Learn about the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Relief from the heat will arrive by Sunday with temperatures dropping into the 80s. Here’s the seven-day forecast.

Excessive heat advisories and warnings have been issued due to the dangerous heat expected this week.

Highs will be in the 90s, but it will feel like 100 to 110 degrees all week.

An excessive heat warning will be in effect on Thursday and Friday.

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Record high temperatures are also possible, especially at the end of the week.

Wednesday will be a sunny day with high temperatures in the mid 90s.

Thursday and Friday will likely be the hottest days of the week, with highs near 100 degrees and heat index values ​​likely to rise above 105 degrees, possibly as high as 108.

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Temperatures will be near record highs.

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Due to the heat, Louisville opens cooling centers and begins Operation White Flag.

Here are some tips on how to stay cool during this heatwave:

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Drink plenty of fluids, stay in an air-conditioned room, stay away from the sun, and check on relatives and neighbors. Small children and pets should never be left unattended in vehicles under any circumstances.

Take extra precautions if you work or spend time outside. When possible, reschedule strenuous activities for the early morning or evening. Learn about the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke.

Relief from the heat will arrive by Sunday with temperatures dropping into the 80s. Here’s the seven-day forecast.

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