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Even more heat and humidity with strong storms developing

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**Heat Advisory for Emmet and Palo Alto Counties from noon to 8 PM**

We have been warming quickly through the morning hours along with plenty of humidity.

Temperatures will end up in the low to mid 90s and it will feel like 100 degrees during the afternoon hours.

It is quite breezy but it will not have much of an impact on how it feels out there.

Make sure to stay hydrated and take it easy if you will be spending extended time outdoors this afternoon.

Early this evening thunderstorms look to develop in western Siouxland along a front.

Those look likely to move southeast into southern and eastern Nebraska as the evening progresses.

This means the highest risk for strong to severe storms in our area will be along and west of Highway 81 this evening.

This includes places like Norfolk, Niobrara and O'Neill.

Strong winds will be the biggest threat though some hail is also possible in the strongest storms.

Thunderstorms look to continue into the evening and overnight hours in the area.

Isolated thunderstorms will be possible again Thursday with the higher chances in northwest Iowa.

Jaret Lansford

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