This is a new term for me.
I have been spending about half of my time in Minnesota lately. This week, I am in Minnesota. On the news this morning they said there would be a Heat Advisory today and a great opportunity for tornados.
Hmmm, Heat Advisory? I guess it's supposed to get hot today...
By mid-afternoon, I was freezing in the air conditioned office and decided a walk outside would feel good. It's was 86 deg F which is not hot in my experience. I grabbed my sunglasses and building key and headed outside.
It was like I just stepped off an airplane in Houston or Fort Lauderdale, but without the smell of fish. The air was thick and sticky with humidity.
Living in New Mexico for so many years and now being very aware of the 25-30% humidity in Colorado, this 79% humidity in Minnesota is something strange.
Supposedly the 86 deg F plus the 79% humidity makes it feel like 100 def F outside. I never quite understood that math, but I can see how being out in the current weather for an extended period of time would get uncomfortable.
As for the tornadic activity, I suppose those are still yet to come.