The heat will continue for the start of our workweek.
Even though there was plenty of moisture available today, only widely scattered showers and storms developed.
An Excessive Heat Warning means a prolonged period of dangerously-hot temperatures are expected.
Meteorologist Sarah Fletcher says we have one more day of heat before cooler weather and rain chances move into Kansas.
We are wrapping up a very toasty Father's Day, with highs in the 90s. The middle of the work week held relief from the heat and humidity with temperatures in the 80s. Highs on Monday are going to reach the low to mid-90s. A heat index that high can cause heat stroke, the weather service said.
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TONIGHT: Clouds will slowly clear out of Mid-Missouri into the night, with a mild and humid evening expected.
For the metro, Sunday will bring a high of 93, but with high humidity, the heat index value will make it feel more like 102, the Weather Service in the Twin Cities said.
SUNDAY | Leftover showers and storms, otherwise partly sunny. If you can not afford an air conditioner, spending some time each day (during hot weather) in an air conditioned environment affords some protection.
Our weather pattern will remain active heading into the upcoming week, with the chance of showers each and every day through Saturday.
Ellington schools sent out an email to parents on Friday saying a decision will be made on Sunday if they schools will have a half day on Monday. Timing of the storms, which a few could be severe, will begin between 5-7 p.m. north of I-90, lasting the rest of the evening.