Scattered thunderstorms have formed Friday afternoon and will continue through late evening. They end overnight and it’ll be mostly sunny for Saturday. While it won’t be quite as humid compared to Friday, dew points will still be near 60 degrees.
This is about as low as they’ll be for the foreseeable future as a prolonged period of heat and humidity will settle in for all of the Upper Midwest. Dew points will soar into the upper 60s and lower 70s all week, well into the oppressive range.
The only breaks will be with pop up showers and storms, for which chances exist much of next week. High temperatures will climb towards 90 starting Sunday and it looks to get into the 90s Monday. With scattered showers and some cloud cover possible midweek, temps will be held to the mid/upper 80s with continued humidity.
Another push of oppressive air arrives for next weekend with highs possibly well into the 90s. With any storm chances we see, some could be stronger.