Our historical records will be challenged.
The summer solstice has arrived and if you're feeling much warmer today, it's not a physiological effect.
Hawaii lost their trade winds today, and that cooler wind pattern isn't expected to return until at least the middle of next week.
The winds has shifted to the southeast, leading to higher temperatures and more muggy conditions.
In just one day without the trade winds, the heat index in my home peaked at 95 degrees Fahrenheit. If the wind is light in the night, I could soon be facing triple digit heat.