There is relief forecast for metro residents who sweltered through the last work week.
Normal temperatures this time of year in Kansas City range from 89 to 91 degrees.
The trend departs from the season of 2012.
Records show there were 11 days of 100 degrees or higher up to July 22 of last year. The highest at downtown airport was 107. Kansas City International was 106 degrees.
The moderation of the last full week of the month will give way in August to something like the first part of July, according to some meteorologists.
If you just grab the highest SPF sunscreen when you head out to the lake, you might not be making the best choice.
If you're one of those folks who doesn't mind watering the lawn occasionally, but didn't quite feel like jacking up your water bill during this hot summer, you allowed your grass to go dormant. And then it went brown.