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Summer Temps

“It’s going to feel the most uncomfortable it’s felt all summer,” Kevin Donofrio, a National Weather Service meteorologist in suburban Chicago, said of the expected heat wave.

Temperatures in Chicago and stretching into Iowa, Missouri and Kansas and up into Wisconsin are expected to reach 90 degrees, with the same story — though perhaps a bit warmer — anticipated in Minnesota. And in all these areas, the humidity is going to make the temperatures feel like they have reached and even passed the 100-degree mark.

“Anybody that’s out and about running around is going to have to limit their exercise because of the heat,” said Tony Zaleski, a weather service meteorologist in Chanhassen, Minnesota, explaining that the expected temperatures in the upper 90s would be a good 10-12 degrees above normal for this time of year.