If you thought today was hot across areas of North Dakota, wait until tomorrow.
According to the National Weather Service, a heat advisory will go into effect at one p-m, central time Tuesday, for areas along and southwest of the Missouri River.
Some of the warmest temperatures of the year are expected, with some areas reaching as high as 100 degrees.
While the heat is good for hitting the pools, rivers and lakes, there are some precautions you and your family should make sure to take, in order to beat the heat.
because, a mixture of the 90 or even 100 degree temps and humidity could make for a dangerous day.
"Frequent hydration, you want plain water every 30 minutes, makes a big difference, if you are circulating blood volume becomes less, you can get dizzy and even pass out from this, so hydration is very very important," Dr. Parag Kumar said.
Dr. Kumar also says it's important to use sunscreen that is at least SPF 15.