By Monday you'll be wearing a shorts and a tank top, and begging for iced tea.

Wow, looks like the season's highest temperatures of the year will hit our area beginning this Sunday and lasting until at least Tuesday, and on top of that it's "abnormally dry" in our neck of the woods, according to the National Weather Service.

Let's hope the Good Humor ice cream truck doesn't over heat and break down.

The geeks at the National Weather Service tell us that Monday's expected high temperature of 93 degrees in Bangor would break the 90 degrees record set back in 1936.

How cool is that?  Well, not cool at all.

The forecast calls for unsettled weather Saturday and Saturday night with showers and thunderstorms developing across Penobscot County and moving downeast.  Of course with any thunderstorms there's a good chance of periods of heavy rain.

Sunday looks like a good day to find the beach or to head "upta camp", as the day is predicted to be mostly sunny with a high of 84.

Then on Monday you better hope that the air conditioning is operating properly at work because if it's not you and your coworkers are going to be very temperamental, miserable, and just plain ugly, as we could see a high of 93 with mostly sunny skies.

Mostly sunny and hot again on Tuesday with a high of 91.

Things get back to normal by Wednesday with temps in the lower 80s.

So there you go, you wanted the heat, you got the heat, the hottest place on the earth, Bangor, Maine!

Well, maybe not, but close enough.

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