Though today marked August's warmest afternoon to date in the city of Evansville; all things considered, 84° ain't too shabby for this time of the year, especially when you consider the lack of humidity earlier today. Overnight low temperatures will again dip toward the upper 50s and low 60s area-wide for a fifth straight morning. If you didn't have a chance to enjoy the cooler conditions this week, you have one last chance to do so - tomorrow morning. From a 61° morning low around 6AM to 68° at 8AM, we're not expected to reach 80° until 10AM or so.
Unfortunately, the mercury won't stop climbing at 10 o'clock in the morning - we're headed for an afternoon high of 89° in Evansville on Saturday. Humidity, while higher tomorrow, won't quite be a problem until Sunday and Monday; dew point values in the mid to low 70s will take temperatures in the low 90s and make them feel more like 100° or even 105° at times those two days. The brutal heat won't be the only problem early next week either, a stalling frontal boundary interacting with our ample supply of heat and humidity across the Tri-State will fuel shower and thunderstorm activity each and every afternoon moving forward.
Wear Your Mask.