Heat Advisory In Effect For The Quad Cities
It's going to be a hot one people. Make sure your A/C works, you have plenty of water, you are near shade and have plenty of sunscreen. Mother Nature is turning up the temperature.
The Quad Cities and all of the B100 listening area will be in a heat advisory tomorrow (Saturday, July 18th). The heat advisory will go into effect starting at 1 p.m. on Saturday and lasting until 8 p.m.
According to the National Weather Service of the Quad Cities, people should expect the heat index to reach 105 degrees, even close to 110 degrees in some areas, during the afternoon and evening hours.
This massive heat wave is due to a hot and very humid air mass that will form across Iowa and into the western part of Illinois.
Fortunately, we won't see these high temperatures too terribly long. The National Weather Service of the Quad Cities is forecasting slightly cooler temperatures on Sunday with highs in the upper 80's and close to 90 degrees.
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