Madison (WKOW)-The hot weather lasted a long time, and there may still be isolated bubble storms.
A hot dome continued to build over the Midwest, causing temperatures to soar.
High temperature and humidity can cause the atmosphere to become unstable, and suddenly a stormy weather occurs within a day, which will destroy the atmosphere.
In most clear skies, as the temperature rises rapidly, the wet mist area will burn off at around 7 am.
The high temperature soared to about 90 degrees, and there might be showers and gusty winds in the afternoon and evening.
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The majority of the time was low and hot in the 1990s. Isolated afternoons and evenings are again possible.
Most of the time was sunny and hot, with a few pop-up showers and storms, the temperature of which was at the low point of the 1990s, and the heat index value was the humidity of the mid-1990s.
Most of the time it was sunny and hot, minus afternoon and evening pop-up storms, and temperatures were low in the 1990s.
There may be a few sporadic sunny days. In the mid-1990s, the temperature remained high, and from the mid-1990s to the mid-1990s, it felt similar.
There may be sporadic sunny days, there may be sporadic storms, and they remain very warm in the mid-1980s.