Expect record-breaking temperatures and stifling humidity in the coming days in the Chattahoochee Valley.
This time last year the high temperature was 94 degrees. Today, temperatures are expected to soar to 97 degrees, tying the record from 1950. Readings predict 90 percent humidity, though the UV and pollen indexes remain low and the air quality index is good.
Thursday's high will hit 100 degrees, though it will feel like 108 degrees. That real temperature will break the record of 99 set in 1998.
Friday the high temperature is expected to exceed 100 degrees. That temperature would break the record of 99 set in 1990.