Heat advisory this weekend through Monday night

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After another warm night heat index values are once again expected to be hot on Sunday afternoon reaching over 100°.

Interested in Weather? Add Weather as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Weather news, video, and analysis from ABC News. Heat and humidity are still the name of the game with temperatures in the low to mid 90s.

"Take it easy if you are working or playing outdoors as the heat stress will catch up with you quickly", he said.

The National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory for parts of the Tennessee Valley including Lauderdale, Colbert, Franklin, and Lawrence Counties in Alabama. This will lead to heat indices ranging from 100 to 105. Dew points will climb into the 70s pushing heat index values over 100°. Chicago's Midway International Airport hit a heat index of 110 degrees.

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The actual temperature on Sunday will approach 100 degrees in New York City; Washington, D.C.; Philadelphia; and Hartford, Connecticut.

"With this high humidity and heat, your body will struggle to keep its internal temperature regulated in the healthy zone", Meteorologist Mike Cameron said. But, the heat returns quickly with Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday closing in on 90°.

The heat wave is now forecast to last through July 4 - at least.

For the Northeast, heat will build into the weekend, with temperatures well into the 90s into next week.

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Another round of hot air will move into the central USA on the Fourth of July.

The hottest day of the year is on tap for us on Saturday.

Forecasters there say this dangerously hot weather won't let up until the middle of next week.

With heavy rain forecast for Friday night and Saturday, there are scattered flood warnings along the Minnesota River and tributaries.

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Strong storms are moving into the Midwest on Sunday. The hit and miss afternoon storms should clear out through the evening, as high pressure starts to overtake the region.

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