For the municipal airport, situated just north of downtown, on the Missouri River, they held the 100 degree reading for 4 hours starting with the 1500 reading. The dew points ranged from 73 to 70. That's hot.
The high for Lee's Summit, MO airport was 97 and for Olathe, KS 98, both with dew points around 75. That's hot.
The forecast for tomorrow? Per the National Weather Service, a high of 99. Needless to say, an excessive heat warning is in effect, until 2100 CDT tomorrow.
Now, we will find out if August heat affects voting turnout like November rain.