ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- Warmer air is beginning to blow into the region today as a large mass of hot, humid air expands from the central plains northward into the Upper Midwest.
We'll have a few thin clouds through the day with occasionally gusty south winds and high temperatures in the low 80s, but for now the humidity levels will remain low.
That will change late tonight and tomorrow as the heart of that air mass reaches us. High temperatures tomorrow will be in the mid 90s while extra humidity in the air will make it feel like it's 100°.
There will be slightly cooler air for the latter part of the week and the weekend with lower 90s and upper 80s in the forecast with isolated showers possible Thursday and then again Saturday.
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