Monday Temperatures To Linger In High 90s, No Break From Humidity

Monday Temperatures To Linger In High 90s, No Break From Humidity

Temperatures will reach the mid-to-high 90s though it will feel hotter due to high humidity. We're starting off with temperatures in the upper-60s and low-70s, several degrees warmer than this time Monday morning.

Behind the cold front that will bring unsettled weather Friday, a comfortable weekend is on tap!

Temperatures rising to 93 to 98 combined with high humidity will result in peak heat index values near 110 degrees on Independence Day.

If you're going to be out today please stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water and limit your caffeine and alcohol intake.

There may be scattered clouds this afternoon, but abundant sunshine will effectively add another 5 to 15-degrees to the heat indices, making conditions extremely risky. High heat back in the mid to possibly upper 90s by next Wednesday. Heat indeces look to push close to 100 by the afternoon. In fact, Heat Advisories and an Air Quality Alert have again been posted for today as we're experiencing similar conditions to what we experienced Yesterday.

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The heat shows no signs of leaving.

Thermometers are expected to soar 10 to 20 degrees above normal through Monday, with record highs potentially recorded from the Great Lakes region to New England, the National Weather Service said. Highs will drop into the low 80s. We can expect scattered showers and storms throughout the day. Communities along the coast will see slightly lower temperatures because of a sea breeze, the weather service said.

Friday's overall forecast is similar - except that drier air will be moving in during the day which decreases the overall chance of showers and thunderstorms to 30 percent.

But until then most of ME, with the exception of coastal areas, should expect to endure extremely hot weather.

"Heavy rain will be possible with isolated to scattered thunderstorm development on Monday, with a slight risk of localized flooding", according to the NWS.

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