Hot and humid Saturday, heat index expect to rise past 100 degrees

Saturday will be hot and humid with the highs in the low to mid 90s, but the heat index values will make the weather feel to be 103 to 108 degrees, according to KSTP Meteorologist Jonathan Yuhas.

According to the National Weather Service, temperatures will quickly rebound Saturday morning in the wake of the remnant convection. The heat indices will likely climb to 100 to 110 across the Twin Cities metro, southern Minnesota and west-central Wisconsin.

Severe thunderstorms are also possible on Saturday evenings in the Twin Cities, southern Minnesota, and western Wisconsin with a tornado, damaging wind and heavy rain threat.

Spot Flash Flooding is expected in areas due to the heavy rainfall.

As for Sunday, the weather is expected to be cooler and less humid. The high is expected to be 86 degrees with the low as 66 degrees.

Monday will continue to have similar weather and temperatures to Sunday but is expected to be not as humid.

According to Yuhas, the next chance for possible severe thunderstorms is on Tuesday.