Yes, you heard that correct, The 90s are back this week in Chicago
U.S. Midwest Cities Bake as Temperatures Reach Well Into the 90s
Minneapolis may reach 98 degrees Fahrenheit (37 Celsius) today and Chicago 93 as a heat wave persists across the Midwest, the National Weather Service said.
“Chicago should see upper 80s to low 90s for most of the week,” Rogers said in a note to clients.
Heat advisories have been issued for parts of Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota and Nebraska, where the heat when combined with humidity may feel like 105 degrees in some places, according to the weather service. Excessive heat warnings have been issued in southern Minnesota, western Wisconsin and central Iowa.
Temperatures are expected to be 8 degrees above normal from Montana to Illinois from Aug. 31 to Sept. 4, according to MDA. That above-normal warmth may also reach from the Canadian provinces of Saskatchewan and Manitoba to the U.S. states of Missouri and Kansas.
The normal average temperature in New York City on Sept. 4 is 73 degrees, according to MDA. In Boston it’s 68; in Chicago, 69; St. Louis, 76; Houston, 83; Seattle, 64; and in Burbank, California it’s 75.
In order to deal with this sweltering Chicago heat, you may want to have your AC system cleaned and checked by the AC Repair Experts in Chicago; Around the Town Heating and Cooling.