Father's Day Sunday also brings hot weather although again could be 1-2° cooler although still looking at highs in the mid-upper 90s. A slight breeze might help break up the heat a bit, but the NWS is warning the high temperatures could be unsafe to children and the elderly.
In the coming days, the city is going to be hotter than the surrounding suburbs because of the "urban heat island effect", the weather service said on its Twitter page.
Monday will likely be the warmest day on the 7-day forecast as we're projecting at or above record-breaking heat. It'll be accompanied by a thick humidity Sunday and Monday as well so start getting hydrated now! Temperatures will be climbing into the low to mid 90s in most spots with very humid conditions, making it feel like it is around 100. Showers will be more popular than strong storms, but heavy downpours and lightning can't be ruled especially during the afternoon. A unsafe combination of heat and humidity will be in the region Fridayafternoon and continue at least through early Sundayevening.More news: Macedonia to change name to Republic of North Macedonia
In the past, heat advisories were issued in NY when the heat index reached 100 degrees or more.
Skies will remain mostly sunny throughout the day, much like yesterday, and we will also keep around the heat. Our next shot at rain and storms arrives late Monday into Tuesday as a cold front approaches from the north.
The area of MI under the advisory stretches from near Traverse City all the way south to the IN and OH borders.