1. Just how hot will it feel in Alabama today? Excessive heat warnings continue  AL.com
  2. It’s warmin’ up: Heat advisory issued in parts of Bay Area  The Mercury News
  3. WEATHER-TRAFFIC: Atlanta breaks 100-degree mark, tying record  Atlanta Journal Constitution
  4. Hot take: Here are some of today’s hottest temperatures so far  AL.com
  5. Dangerous heat wave blazes across large parts of Plains, South  NBCNews.com
  6. View full coverage on Google News
Excessive heat warning expanded for some areas.

Just how hot will it feel in Alabama today? Excessive heat warnings continue - al.com

A ‘RING of Fire’ weather pattern is sweeping across the US and will bring with it a bombardment of extreme conditions, meteorologists have confirmed.A ‘RING of Fire’ weather pattern is sweeping across the US and will bring with it a bombardment of extreme conditions, meteorologists have confirmed.

‘Ring of fire’ strikes as freak weather sweeps across US south bringing extreme conditions | Science | News | Express.co.uk

Forecasters are warning of severe heat across the U.S. South and Midwest, where it will feel as high as 115 degrees in some spots.'Prepare for the worst,' says one National Weather Service meteorologist

Dangerous Heat to Hit Southern and Midwestern U.S. | Time

“Max inland heat arrives Wednesday & Thursday. It'll rival the highest temps we've seen all summer. Cooler weather likely for Friday & the weekend. @MaryKPIX updates our forecast starting at 4:30 am... @KPIXtv”

Paul Deanno on Twitter: "Max inland heat arrives Wednesday & Thursday. It'll rival the highest temps we've seen all summer. Cooler weather likely for Friday & the weekend. @MaryKPIX updates our forecast starting at 4:30 am... @KPIXtv… https://t.co/ENIw4kTg07"

“Next three days are 🌡 🥵...Wednesday and Thursday appear hottest w/ inland heat advisories (valleys) and/or excessive heat watch likely (esp inland East Bay) temps in that 95 to 105 range #CAwx”

Rob Mayeda on Twitter: "Next three days are 🌡 🥵...Wednesday and Thursday appear hottest w/ inland heat advisories (valleys) and/or excessive heat watch likely (esp inland East Bay) temps in that 95 to 105 range #CAwx… https://t.co/mM1IYWuprY"

“Despite a better chance of thunderstorms at times today, a Heat Advisory remains in effect across most of the Valley as feels like temps soar toward 105-110 again. 🙃 #gawx #alwx”

Lauren Linahan on Twitter: "Despite a better chance of thunderstorms at times today, a Heat Advisory remains in effect across most of the Valley as feels like temps soar toward 105-110 again. 🙃 #gawx #alwx… https://t.co/k7XJvSu8PP"

“Including today, we are now three days in a row in ATL of 96 degree heat. We briefly hit 96 at 2:35 this afternoon. Most of the metro saw temps in the low 90s. Badly needed rain and less hot weather arrives Wed. #WSBTV https://t.co/IhPgnN1LKH”

Glenn Burns on Twitter: "Including today, we are now three days in a row in ATL of 96 degree heat. We briefly hit 96 at 2:35 this afternoon. Most of the metro saw temps in the low 90s. Badly needed rain and less hot weather arrives Wed. #WSBTV… https://t.co/CD7XQiac88"

An Excessive Heat Warning now in effect until 7pm this evening across our area due to the dangerous combination of heat & humidity. Heat Advisory is in place from 7pm this evening through Wednesday evening. The heat index (the "feels like" temperature) will range between 110-115 during the peak heating of the day, with locally higher values possible. Prolonged exposure to these conditions can increase your risk of a heat related illness.An Excessive Heat Warning now in effect until 7pm this evening across our area due to the dangerous combination of heat & humidity. Heat Advisory is in place from 7pm this evening through Wednesday evening. The heat index (the "feels like" temperature) will range between 110-115 during the peak heating of the day, with locally higher values possible. Prolonged exposure to these conditions can increase your risk of a heat related illness.

CODE RED: Excessive heat warning & tracking a Wednesday weathermaker | WPMI

From a sizzling scorcher in the South to severe storms in the east and Mid-Atlantic, a ring of fire weather pattern will bring summer hazards to more than 40 million Americans for the first part of this week.From a sizzling scorcher in the South to severe storms in the east and Mid-Atlantic, a ring of fire weather pattern will bring summer hazards to more than 40 million Americans for the first part of this week.

A 'Ring of Fire' Is About to Devastate The US With Heatwaves, Possible Storms And Floods

Forecasters are warning of scorching heat across a wide stretch of the U.S. South and Midwest, where the heat index will feel as high as 117 degrees (47 Celsius) in some spots.

Dangerous heat grips wide stretch of the South and Midwest

Tuesday's WVLT WEATHER ALERT comes in two parts: 'feels like' temperatures in the triple digits followed by strong storms.Tuesday's WVLT WEATHER ALERT comes in two parts: 'feels like' temperatures in the triple digits followed by strong storms.

WVLT WEATHER ALERT - High heat to strong storms

SOUTHEAST N.C. — Summer in the South: it’s hot, it’s humid, and it can be outright dangerous. Today, the National Weather Service (NWS) in Wilmington…SOUTHEAST N.C. — Summer in the South: it’s hot, it’s humid, and it can be outright dangerous. Today, the National Weather Service (NWS) in Wilmington issued a special weather statement warning…

National Weather Service issues heat advisory as Wilmington-area heat indices climb past 100 | Port City Daily

A HEAT ADVISORY is in effect for all of Northwest Florida and Southwest Alabama until 7 PM Wednesday. Temperatures on Wednesday will top out in the low-mid 90s, but it will feel substantially warmer. Heat indices will range from 106F - 112F, with isolated areas up to around 115F. Hot weather safety tips: - Drink plenty of water. Drink water even when you're not thirsty. - Wear light and loose-fitted clothing. - Bring pets inside. For more heat safety tips for your pets, click here. A HEAT ADVISORY is in effect for all of Northwest Florida and Southwest Alabama until 7 PM Wednesday. Temperatures on Wednesday will top out in the low-mid 90s, but it will feel substantially warmer. Heat indices will range from 106F - 112F, with isolated areas up to around 115F. Hot weather safety tips: - Drink plenty of water. Drink water even when you're not thirsty. - Wear light and loose-fitted clothing. - Bring pets inside. For more heat safety tips for your pets, click here.

Weather Alert: Heat Advisory through Wednesday evening | WEAR

SAN ANTONIO - For the seventh day in a row, the San Antonio area will be under a heat advisory. The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory from noon to 7 p. m. across most of the San Antonio area. CLICK HERE FOR RADARThe heat will be dangerous today with the high temperature hitting 102 degrees with the heat index between 105-110. Forecast models show the high pressure dome breaking down slightly Wednesday into Thursday.SAN ANTONIO - For the seventh day in a row, the San Antonio area will be under a heat advisory. The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory from noon to 7 p. m. across most of the San Antonio area. CLICK HERE FOR RADARThe heat will be dangerous today with the high temperature hitting 102 degrees with the heat index between 105-110. Forecast models show the high pressure dome breaking down slightly Wednesday into Thursday.

Dangerous heat levels force 6th straight heat advisory, slight chance of storms on horizon | KABB

Forecasters are warning of scorching heat across a wide stretch of the U.S. South and Midwest, where the heat index will feel as high as 117 degrees (47 Celsius) in some Forecasters are warning of scorching heat across a wide stretch of the U.S. South and Midwest, where the heat index will feel as high as 117 degrees (47 Celsius) in some

47°C heat to grip parts of 13 states in American South, Midwest | Loop News

UPDATE: The National Weather Service has issued an EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING for Baton Rouge as well as parishes and counties north and east of the city. This is in effect until 8 PM CDT this evening. Air temperatures will climb into the mid 90s with high dew point temperatures causing it to feel like over 113 degrees. For the remainder of the area, a HEAT ADVISORY remains in place until 8pm as feels like temperatures will be between 108-112 degrees.UPDATE: The National Weather Service has issued an EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING for Baton Rouge as well as parishes and counties north and east of the city. This is in effect until 8 PM CDT this evening. Air temperatures will climb into the mid 90s with high dew point temperatures causing it to feel like over 113 degrees. For the remainder of the area, a HEAT ADVISORY remains in place until 8pm as feels like temperatures will be between 108-112 degrees.

Excessive Heat Warning issued for Baton Rouge area

The weather got warm quickly Tuesday morning. That was just the appetizer. "I can't rule out triple-digits in some places the further inland you get," meteorologist David King of the National Weather Service said of Tuesday's high-temperature rise. "The hottest of the days are going to be Wednesday and Thursday."Temperatures hit 100 in Concord and 91 in San Jose Tuesday — and that won’t be the worst of it.

Bay Area heat wave: Temps to soar into 100s

Forecasters are warning about days of scorching, dangerous heat gripping a wide swath of the U.S. South and Midwest, where the heat index on Monday eclipsed 120 degrees (48.9 Celsius) in one town and climbed nearly that high in others. With temperatures around 100 degrees (37 Celsius) at midday andForecasters are warning about days of scorching, dangerous heat gripping a wide swath of the U.S. South and Midwest, where the heat index on Monday eclipsed 120 degrees (48.9 Celsius) in one town and climbed nearly that high in others. With temperatures around 100 degrees (37 Celsius) at midday and

Parts of South and Midwest grapple with dangerous heat wave

Storms will fade away overnight.Storms will fade away overnight.

Storm chances fading overnight

404 / Page Not Found