Make sure you drink plenty of water and stay inside or in the shade if you can while much of the state experiences excessive heat on Wednesday.
Kewaunee County is one of eight counties in Wisconsin that will be under a heat advisory thanks to heat index values that could be between 100 and 105.
Other parts of the state are expected to have it much worse where 18 counties are under an excessive heating warning thanks to heat index values that could be as high as 114. The combination of excessive heat and humidity could increase your chance of suffering from heat-related activities, especially if you work outside or participate in outdoor activities. Both the heat warning and advisory run from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Wednesday.
As of 9:15 a.m. Tuesday, Door County is not included in any heat advisories, watches, or warnings, but the area could see temperatures reach into the high 80s compared to the low to middle 90s in Luxemburg and Green Bay.