The National Weather Service says winds will pump hot and humid air into southern Wisconsin on Tuesday.
As a result, highs in the mid 90s will feel even hotter, with heat index values ranging from 100-105 degrees.
The National Weather Service says a heat advisory will remain in effect until 8:00 p.m. Tuesday. With the advisory in effect, the agency says:
- No one should leave a child or a pet in a car, even for a short time
- Everyone should stay hydrated, remain out of the sun and stay in an air conditioned building, if possible
- Residents should check on relatives and neighbors
- Strenuous activities should be moved to the evening
Temperatures are expected to cool off to the lower 80s on Wednesday.