MADISON (WKOW) - The hot conditions continue through the weekend and all next week.
INDEPENDENCE DAY RECAP
The hottest 4th of July was in 2012 at 102°.
And we're used to hot Independence Days with the last two years in the 80s and 90s; we'll do it again this year.
Temps soared to around 90° this afternoon with a heat index when you factor in the humidity feeling like the mid-90s.
A couple of isolated heat-induced pop-up storms are possible into early evening before the sun goes down and the storms lose their energy and fizzle out.
The 4th of July will be similarly hot and humid with temps in the low 90s, but we should stay rain-free.
Sunday, a couple more pop-up afternoon and evening storms are possible with temps in the low 90s.
Upper 80s and low 90s all next week too with daily isolated storm chances. As of now, the day with the highest chance for storms will be Tuesday.