The National Weather Service warned of hot, moist conditions under a high pressure at the surface and aloft that will result in dangerous heat indices both Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons.
High temperatures are expected to top out in the mid-90s both days. With dewpoints ranging from the upper 60s to lower 70s resultant heat indices should top out in the 103 to to 104 degree range both Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons for locations west of the Cumberland Plateau.
Use caution if you have plans to be outdoors during the afternoon and early evening hours.
Drink plenty of water and non-alcoholic fluids and wear light-weight, light-colored clothing. Remember to not leave children the elderly or even pets in a locked up car even if the windows are rolled down. If you have to be outside, take frequent breaks, if possible, in air conditioned facilities.