Make sure you have your beach or pool plans ready. Miami heat advisory was issued for the region on Friday, June 26. The forecast shows that triple-digit weather is on the horizon, and it will be so hot that it will rival California temperatures.\nThe National Weather Service issued the advisory on Friday and it is in effect until 6.p.m. for the inland portions of South Florida. For those that live away from the breeziness of the coast, it will feel like 105-to-110 degrees. It will feel almost like California's Death Valley, which will hit a high temperature of 105 degrees today.\nThe actual air temperature for Miami will be in the low 90s all weekend, with high humidity to match. It will feel like a sauna in the Magic City, without the typical afternoon thunderstorms to cool the area down in the afternoon.\nThere will be little relief in the evenings as well, with lows forecast to not even get out of the 80s. While the heat will surely bake Miami, at least residents will be treated to a spectacular sky show thanks to the dust cloud that's settled over the area.\nA huge Saharan dust plum has settled over much of Florida, which will produce stunning sunsets and bring even more beauty to the South Florida skies.\nJune 26: Hot conditions again across South Florida today. Afternoon heat indices 105-110 degrees -- highest across southwest Florida where a Heat Advisory is in effect. #FLwx pic.twitter.com/QgcPk8VFW3— NWS Miami (@NWSMiami) June 26, 2020\nThat same dust storm will also put a lid on tropical development for the time being. Dust storms are dry, and that is an enemy to tropical systems. With no fuel to feed on, tropical development is expected to be near zero at least until the beginning of the week.\nThe HEAT will be on this afternoon along with high humidity. Highs in the low 90's with feels like temps. in the 100's. Thick Saharan Dust will stay South & travel around high pressure in control of our weather pattern. A few inland storms possible. @wsvn pic.twitter.com/el32ysvIxl— Vivian Gonzalez (@VivianGonzalez7) June 24, 2020\nWhile the weekend will be very hot and humid, it could provide the perfect weather to enjoy the great outdoors in Miami. South Florida doesn't see a lot of rain-free weekends in the summer months, so folks will be tempted to get out and enjoy it.\nThe average high in Miami this time of the year is 90. We are locked into this hot and humid pattern into next week. Feels like temperatures well above 100. You may notice some haze as well. Stay with @nbc6https://t.co/PKdbgxwLAa pic.twitter.com/x5wE6nKwnr— Adam Berg (@AdamBergNBC6) June 26, 2020\nJust keep in mind that this type of hot weather will make it easy for residents to dehydrate. So stay hydrated by drinking lots of water, wear light clothes, and make sure your fur babies aren't in the heat. Bring them inside, or keep them in a shaded area.\nStay cool out there.