Temperatures will reach 93 degrees with a heat index of 102. Any storms we see will fall apart after sunset.
Because of these high temperatures, the NWS is urging people to look for signs of heat-related illnesses.
Monday will likely be the warmest day on the 7-day forecast as we're projecting at or above record-breaking heat. Temperatures in the 80s.
Sunday night in the Omaha area will bring a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms and a low in the lower 70s. Temperatures will bottom out in the lower 70s, with winds out of the south up to 10 miles per hour.
Beginning Monday, hot and humid conditions will result in it feeling like between 95 degrees and 100 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the weather service.
Excessive Heat Warning for STL through Monday
We have to get through a couple more days with hot weather before big changes arrive into the upcoming workweek.
Humans sweat to cool off, but high humidity means the air is already saturated so sweat doesn't evaporate, keeping heat trapped in the body.
I'll have more details on next week's rain chances, all morning on Kansas Today and again on KSN News at Noon! Flash flood watches have been posted for parts of the region through Sunday due to the threat of strong thunderstorms. Highs in the low 80s.
Tuesday, there's a slight chance for a lingering shower, otherwise the remainder of the week remains dry.
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