Storms could disrupt Wednesday night’s record-breaking heat

St Louis Weather:

ST. LOUIS, Mo. – The weather will be tough for people going to outdoor events like the Doubleheader Cardinals game, The Muny and Shakespeare in the Park. An excessive hearing warning will be issued until Wednesday 20:00.

Dangerous heat and humidity will continue on Tuesday with high temperatures of around 100 degrees and heat index peaks between 100 and 110 degrees. The record high is 97, set in 1987. We should get past that.

“Heat exhaustion and heat stroke are real threats as we hit record-breaking temperatures. Limit your outdoor activities, stay hydrated, and check on family and neighbors who need it,” writes Mayor Tishaura O. Jones. “Whether you’re looking for the city’s pool map or trying to find somewhere to cool off from the heat, go visit it for a list of resources available and tips for beating the heat.”

People in the St. Louis area who need utility assistance can visit to apply for air conditioning or financial assistance.

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Expect warm and muggy weather again overnight as temperatures struggle to drop back into the upper 70s early Wednesday.

Another day of dangerous heat is expected on Wednesday. With a few more clouds, we could consider the upper 90’s to be highs. That’s not really an improvement.

A cold front brings a slight chance of rain and storms late Wednesday night and Thursday to push our Friday and weekend temperatures down a bit. The humidity also drops a little. We’ll take it! Temperatures will begin to rise again early next week. Storms could disrupt Wednesday night’s record-breaking heat

Nate Jones

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