Hot Week, Tying Records, & Showers From Cristobal!

Hot Week: Tying 1917 Record?, Showers From Cristobal!
(06/07/2020) Rainfall Total: —
Current Burn Bans: None!
Current Watches, Warnings, & Advisories: None!
Forecast Discussion:
Tropical Storm Cristobal is churning in the open waters of the Gulf of Mexico this weekend. Before, model guidance was lacking on where direct impacts of this tropical system would end up, but now that it’s offshore, it’s become clearer that this system will have little direct impacts to Southeast Texas. We’ll keep a 30% chance for some scattered showers, few thunderstorms on Monday, as this system moves onshore in Louisiana, and a chance for some stronger waves along the Gulf Coast. Otherwise, this system isn’t going to impact our forecast much going forward!
Rainfall totals remain minimal to almost non-existent. However, the main story will be the hotter temperatures building in the Lone Star State on the backside of the tropical system. We’ll reach the middle 90’s by Monday and the upper 90’s to lower 100’s by Tuesday. Record Heat? We’ll chase a record heat of 100° set back in 1917 on Tuesday and could come close to tying or slightly breaking that record by a high of 98°-101° locally. Tropical moisture, and this system, clears out by midweek. While the heat sticks around, the humidity slacks up for the remainder of the week, as we dive into the nearing days of Summer 2020.
5-Day Weather Outlook:
Sunday: High 93. Low 75. Clouding, Warming.
Monday: High 96. Low 78. Mostly Sunny. 30% Chance/Rain.
Tuesday: High 98. Low 69. Mostly Sunny, Heat Caution.
Wednesday: High 94. Low 66. Mostly Sunny.
Thursday: High 94. Low 66. Sunny.
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Madison County, Texas COVID-19 Information!

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LATEST INFORMATION: Here are a list of running headlines for Madison County, Texas regarding the growing concern with the COVID-19 (novel Coronavirus).
Madison County, TX COVID-19 ALERTS:
1) Madison County has received confirmation of our 10th confirmed, positive test for COVID-19 on Madison County residents. Case #10 is a 70-79 year old female in the 77871 ZIP code area within Madison County. Of our 10 total cases reported thus far, DSHS reports that 7 of these have recovered successfully.
2) Texas Governor Greg Abbott has announced Phase III of reopening for the State of Texas, which will expand through the month of June 2020.
LATEST UPDATED: 2:00 AM CDT, Sunday, June 07, 2020
•Number of Madison County Confirmed Cases: 10th Case Confirmed!
•Number of Madison County Presumptive Cases: —
•Avoid gatherings of 10+ people.
•Practice “Social Distancing”, remain 6 feet away from any person(s).
•Avoid going out, stay home often & avoid bars, restaurants, etc.
•Practice good hygiene, wash hands for 20 or more seconds.
•Avoid visiting the elderly, those with weak immune systems.

•All businesses currently operating at 25% capacity can expand their occupancy to 50% with certain exceptions. Bars and similar establishments may increase their capacity to 50% as long as patrons are seated. Bars and similar establishments may increase their capacity to 50% as long as patrons are seated. Amusement parks and carnivals in counties with less than 1,000 confirmed positive cases may open at 50% capacity. Restaurants may expand their maximum table size from 6 to 10 persons.

•Special provisions have been made for outdoor gatherings, such as Fourth of July celebrations, but it is imperative that local officials and public health officials collaborate on safety standards. All businesses and customers should continue to follow minimum standard health protocols laid out by the Texas Department of State Health Services.

•Madison County, Texas Court proceedings to slowly expand to include trials and court cases beginning June 2020.
•Madison County, TX Offices reopened to the public May 4, 2020.
•All retail stores, restaurants, movie theaters, and malls reopened Friday, May 1 *BUT* with only 50% occupancy in Madison County, Texas.
•Barber shops, hair salons, tanning salons, other cosmetology locations, and nail salons reopened to the public Friday, May 8th, 2020. 
•Museums and libraries opened May 1, 2020, but NO hands-on exhibits allowed.
•Churches are slowly expanding services, continue social distancing.
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