We are in a squeeze play between a disturbance from the south and a cold front from the northern plains. This provides a chance of rain showers Friday afternoon and evening followed by a chance of rain or a storm Saturday.
A mini-heat wave is underway with temperatures in the low 90s today and Saturday, but mid and upper 90s Sunday through Tuesday.
Some areas could even see 100s on Tuesday. Humidity increases as well.
Plus, our northern counties along the Wisconsin line have been elevated to a severe level of drought.
Finally, a giant X-Class solar flare was released from the sun toward Earth and away from city lights we may be able to see the Aurora Borealis the next few nights.
FRIDAY: Partly sunny and warm with a chance of afternoon and evening showers. Highs near 92 and lows near 72.
SATURDAY: Partly cloudy and warm with a chance of scattered storms. Highs near 92 and lows near 73.
SUNDAY: Partly sunny, hot and humid. Highs near 90 and lows near 75.
MONDAY: Hazy, hot and humid. Highs near 98 and lows near 78.
TUESDAY: Hazy hot and humid. Highs between 95-100 with lows near 79.
WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy with scattered storms. Highs near 89 and lows near 65.