Hotter Days: Avg. Heat Takes Over, High Humidity, & Fewer Rains!
(06/26/2021) Rainfall Total: —
Current Burn Bans: None!
Current Watches, Warnings, & Advisories: None!
Some of the hottest temperatures of the summer season have arrived in Southeast TX. Afternoon highs run the middle-to-upper 90’s and mornings kick off in the middle-to-upper 70’s: which is average for late July/early August. Heat indices (shaded) run slightly below the 105° mark each afternoon. By late week, temperatures become hotter in the upper 90’s to near 100°, as high pressure presses firm over the Lone Star State. Unfortunately, heat indices run much hotter, ranging 106°-110° each afternoon, because of muggy air suspended above. Heat advisories may be issued for portions of the Brazos Valley for the first time this year by the start of the weekend, signaling hotter days ahead.
Rain-wise, we don’t have a whole lot to work with, but moisture is stuck in the middle levels of the atmosphere, helping to stir showers, few storms on Tuesday (30%). Any stronger activity could produce some heavy downpours, isolated thunder, and frequent lightning. However, many remain dry and the best chance to find rain is expected for the East Brazos Valley. Time frame should be between 2-8 PM each afternoon.
5-Day Weather Outlook:
Tuesday: High 93. Low 76. Partly Cloudy. 30% Chance/Rain.
Wednesday: High 93. Low 75. Partly Cloudy. 20% Chance/Rain.
Thursday: High 95. Low 75. Mostly Sunny.
Friday: High 95. Low 75. Clouding. 10% Chance/Rain.
Saturday: High 97. Low 75. Mostly Sunny.
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