Brian Fitzgerald, a meteorologist on the Storm Watch team, said the heat and humidity will make temperatures feel near 100 degrees on Sunday.
new: A heat advisory was issued nationwide today. Please note that high temperature and high humidity can cause illnesses such as heat stroke and heat stroke. Get plenty of rest in a cool place and drink plenty of water.
now: Temperatures are already on the rise and humidity is still constant. Watch for a few occasional thunderstorms in the late afternoon and early evening.
Monday: That day should be the hottest day in the weather forecast, with partly clear skies and a storm. Highs are between 90 and 95 degrees, but the temperature should feel over 100 degrees.
Tuesday: The morning and afternoon should be sunny and cloudy, with evening showers or storms and highs in the high 90s.
Wednesday: The heat should subside by this date, but thunderstorms are likely to intensify in the evening. Be prepared for the high temperatures of the mid-80s.