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Hot, humid and breezy with a heat index approaching 100 to start the week

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**Heat Advisory for Cedar, Holt, Knox and Yankton Counties from 1 PM to 7 PM**

Our first week of summer gave us plenty of summer-like temperatures and humidity really pushed in over the weekend.

Expect another hot and humid day today with temperatures near 90 degrees and the heat index approaching 100 in spots this afternoon.

We will have a mix of clouds and sun with a little more cloud cover than sunshine.

Also, with some Saharan dust in our atmosphere, we may be a little hazy with slightly lower air quality.

We will carry a breeze at 15 to 25 miles per hour through the day.

Tonight will be similar to last night with the breeze remaining and temperatures only falling into the mid 70s.

Tuesday will be similar to today before a cold front slides into our western counties in the afternoon hours.

Scattered thunderstorms could fire up northeast Nebraska and southeast South Dakota late in the afternoon though the better chance looks to be in the evening.

The strongest storms could contain large hail and gusty winds.

Storms continue east through the night with a lingering shower Wednesday morning possible.

Scattered thunderstorms again look possible through the area Wednesday afternoon and evening.

After that, things look pretty quiet with temperatures holding steady near 90 degrees, muggy air and mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies lasting through the Fourth of July weekend.

Jaret Lansford

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