Brazos Valley Heat Advisory (08/12)!

BREAKING: The National Weather Service has issued a HEAT ADVISORY for Austin, Brazos, Burleson, Grimes, Houston, Madison, Montgomery, San Jacinto, Trinity, Walker, Waller, and Washington Counties in the Brazos Valley from 11 AM through 7 PM Wednesday, for Lee, Leon, Milam, and Robertson Counties from 1 PM through 7 PM Wednesday.
Afternoon temperatures are expected to exceed 100 degrees, with heat index values ranging 105° to 110° during the late afternoon to early evening hours.
A Heat Advisory means that a period of hot temperatures is expected. The combination of hot temperatures and high humidity will combine to create a situation in which heat illnesses are possible. Drink plenty of fluids, stay in an air-conditioned room, stay out of the sun, and check up on relatives and neighbors.
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Stretch of 100° Days Before “Cold” Front, Rains!

Midweek Heat: Stretch of 100° Days, Monday “Cold” Front!
(08/11/2020) Rainfall Total: —
Burn Bans: Lee, Madison, Milam, Robertson, Waller, Walker!
Current Watches, Warnings, & Advisories: None!
Forecast Discussion:
Hot, scorching weather continues for the Brazos Valley, with temperatures getting hotter for the back half of the week and into the weekend. As high pressure remains firm overhead, afternoon highs range 100°-102° each afternoon through Sunday. Factoring in humidity, heat indices will range 105°-110° (shaded) by mid-afternoon into early evening. While there is a small chance for an isolated shower during the heat of the day, overall chance is extremely low, so the forecast calls for everyone to remain dry the start of the week.
By Monday, afternoon highs are expected to peak between 100°-105°, as changes begin to move into the region. Scattered showers, few thunderstorms are likely by Monday evening into night, as a mid-August “cold” front reaches the Lone Star State. What is a cold front on “August Standards”?: mornings in the lower to middle 70’s, afternoon highs in the middle 90’s, and heat indices back in the upper 90’s from Tuesday through Friday of the upcoming week. Not a bad forecast and something to appreciate, as a small stretch of 100° days take over the forecast this week.
5-Day Weather Outlook:
Wednesday: High 102. Low 76. Clearing, Hottest.
Thursday: High 102. Low 76. Mostly Sunny, Hottest.
Friday: High 102. Low 76. Mostly Sunny, Hottest.
Saturday: High 102. Low 78. Mostly Sunny, Hottest.
Sunday: High 102. Low 78. Mostly Sunny. 20% Chance/Rain.
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“Extremely Active” Hurricane Season Expected!


Hurricane Dorian has now left the Caribbean Sea and is predicted to intensify rapidly as it crosses the Atlantic on the way to Florida’s central east coast, 2019.

HURRICANE SEASON: The National Hurricane Center (NHC) has updated their 2020 Seasonal Outlook for the Atlantic Basin, calling for an “extremely active” season and hinting we could reach the Greek Alphabet, after using up the current name list. So far, the Atlantic Basin has seen 9 named storms and two hurricanes. Historically, only 2 named storms form on average by August. The 9th named storm typically doesn’t occur until October.
Updated Atlantic Basin Forecast:
19-25 named storms
7-11 hurricanes
3-6 major hurricanes (cat. 3+)
Colorado State University forecasters have also updated their forecast for the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season, calling for one the most active seasons in recent decades. They are calling for 24 named storms, 12 hurricanes, and 5 major hurricanes on a scale of category 3 or higher. Overall, local residents should expect an uptick in the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season by late August into early September 2020.
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