**Heat Advisory for most of Siouxland from noon to 8 PM**
Not much change in our forecast as we step into mid-week with more heat and humidity building into Siouxland. Dew points in the 70s and highs in the low to mid 90s will make for Heat Index Values between 102° and 105° or so. That it why a Heat Advisory has been issued for much of the region so make sure you’re taking necessary precautions out there. A cold front begins to move in tomorrow and out ahead of it, more warmth and humidity will be streaming up. Temps once again rise toward the mid 90s with feels like temps near 100°.
A more active weather pattern then begins to develop Friday into this weekend with multiple storm chances. Moisture will be sporadic but we keep the chance Friday into the start of next week. Highs fall back into the mid to upper 80s Friday and Saturday with the low to mid 80s returning Sunday into Tuesday of next week. Another front looks to move in by Tuesday and this could bring a few showers and thunderstorms as well with much cooler air for the middle of next week, with temps potentially falling back into the 70s.
Meteorologist T.J. Springer