Today's high of 93° not only marks our hottest recorded temperature of the year, but our highest since the afternoon of August 10th of 2020! Despite the oppressive heat, the day itself wasn't necessarily unpleasant; while peak temperatures climbed abnormally high for this time of the year, a weak cold front passing to our south ushered in a breezy northerly wind flow that helped take the edge off that summer-like heat across the Tri-State earlier this afternoon. The evening ahead will remain quite pleasant, albeit mild - expect the mercury to dip from 87° to 75° between dinnertime and 10PM. Between the northerly winds and clear conditions overnight, morning low temperatures will trend toward the upper 50s and low 60s early Tuesday; we'll fall to 60° even in Evansville.

The cool start to our Tuesday will be a harbinger of what to expect through the remainder of the day - drier Canadian air settling into the Ohio Valley will essentially rid the region of any lingering humidity and make for a far more comfortable middle of the work week! After reaching a high of 85° in the River City on Tuesday, we'll see the mercury only reach as high as 84° come Wednesday. Honestly, Tuesday and Wednesday look nothing short of absolutely gorgeous. All good things however, must come to an end - we begin to see that change occur as early as Thursday.