Minnesota weather: Hot and humid week ahead

After a Sunday that pushed into the upper 80s, get ready for a hot and steamy week ahead.

Temperatures are expected to climb to near 100 degrees over the course of this week. That means a lot of 90-degree temperatures and dew points in the 60s and possibly into the 70s at times. Whether the thermometer hits 100 or not, the dew points will push the feels like temps over triple digits.

Monday will feature some hazy sunshine, with a high of around 91 degrees in the Twin Cities and a stray rumble late in the day. Air quality alerts are also in effect for the metro and most of central and northern Minnesota due to wildfire smoke.

Overnight, temperatures will fall to about 69 degrees, with rumbles quickly fading as clouds clear. 

The warming continues on Tuesday, with a high of 94 degrees and a few added clouds. 

There is a little relief on the horizon as temps look to cool a bit by the end of the week. Here's your seven-day forecast: