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Heat advisories in effects this weekend as heat index rises to triple digits starting Friday

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Today will be the 10th 90 degree day we’ve had so far this year. Typically we average 18. We can expect hazy sunshine through the afternoon, but despite that don’t forget the sunscreen because you can still get very burned on days like this.

LS Todays Highs

By 3pm it’ll feel like 97 today, but beginning Friday and through Sunday we will have heat indices ranging between 105 and 110. Heat Advisories have already been posted for Friday and Saturday, and may have to be extended to Sunday.  You will want to limit strenuous outdoor activity during the heat of the day and drink plenty of water over the coming days.

4 DAY HEAT INDEX FORECAST WTTV Default

Dave Matthews comes to Klipsch on Friday and Saturday night. It will be dry both evenings, but very hot and humid.

KLIPSCH Forecast

At IMS this weekend we’ll have the chance for a few spotty storms on both Saturday and Sunday. The coverage of storms will be greater on Saturday and will start earlier in the day. On Sunday storms will be confined to after 3pm and very spotty. We will also be dry for the Kid Rock concert on Saturday night.

Brickyard 400 - Saturday STONES Brickyard 400 - Sunday

Relief from the stifling heat arrives next Tuesday and Wednesday.

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