Plan for a full week of heat and humidity.   The National Weather Service says temperatures are expected to be in the upper 80’s and low 90’s each day. High dew points are expected to produce afternoon heat indices in the 90 to 100-degree range. The Health Department’s Tess Konen says if you are planning to spend some time outside today:

“Take time to rest and to make sure you’re drinking plenty of fluid, and to avoid being outside at the hottest time of day   and make sure to take those breaks if you need them and wear loose-fitting, light-colored clothing.”

A heat advisory is in effect for the Twin cities until 10 tonight.