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A hot, hazy and humid Sunday in West Michigan

18 June 2018

The heat will continue for the start of our workweek.

On Monday, the heat expands to the east with heat index values nearing or exceeding 100 degrees again for much of the Midwest, including Kansas City, Indianapolis and Detroit.

WEDNESDAY | Variable clouds with leftover shower and storm chances.

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The advisory is in place from 10 a.m.to 8 p.m., but mid-afternoon will be the worst time. An Excessive Heat Warning is in effect through Monday where heat index readings will range from 105° to 107° for four straight days.

We are sweating away the first half of Father's Day, then turning our eyes to the sky the second half.

Temperatures will stay mild through the night with a steady wind out of the south gusting up to 25 miles per hour at times.

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Today will remain hot and humid, with everyone reaching at least the low 90s.

SUNDAY EVENING: Mostly cloudy, warm and breezy with a 20% chance for isolated showers or thunderstorms. Highs in the mid to upper 90s. Yes, it's pretty uncomfortable, but not as hot and humid as tomorrow will be.

Also, Saturday night storms were bringing flash flood warnings until early Sunday in central Minnesota and northwestern Wisconsin. The hot weather is sure: highs 91ºF to 95ºF with a heat index near or above 100ºF. Flash flood watches have been posted for parts of the region through Sunday due to the threat of strong thunderstorms. Our rain chance will hold around 30% for Sunday and Monday.

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While a couple storms could produce gusty winds and small hail, organized severe weather is not expected.

A hot, hazy and humid Sunday in West Michigan