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High temperatures peaked in the 90s for many locations earlier this afternoon. This is the 20th day this year for 90°+ in Waterloo. The beat goes on tomorrow.
HOT & MUGGY: Temperatures in the 80s & 90s with dew points into the lower and middle 70s combine to make it feel like the 90s to 100s. We will get a break from the high humidity tomorrow, but it will still be hot.
More haze from western wildfires will move in later tonight, which means the moon will likely have an orange hue to it once again. Hazy conditions stick with us through at least early next week.
"Keep your head up, keep smiling and keep being happy": Deputy William Halverson thanked the community and his fellow first responders for the support they have shown him as he recovers from his injury.
Tomorrow won't feel like 100° thanks to lower humidity, but humidity ramps up again next week. Heat Index by Tuesday could be more than 100°. Stay safe in this heat.
Team USA has won their first gold and silver medals at the Tokyo Olympic Games!
Pareen Mhatre has lived in the U.S. nearly her whole life. Her parents, both with masters degrees from the U of I, applied for a green card in 2012 and haven’t heard back. U.S. lawmakers are trying to make the residency process easier for people like her.
Ashley Hinson, Second Lady of the United States, Karen Pence and Lieutenant Governor, Adam Gregg just arrived in Cedar Rapids to tour the Hawkeye Area Community Action Program Facility to see how they've faired during the pandemic.