FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE:
Another Heat Advisory is in effect for portions of the region today as hot and humid conditions linger. Some minor relief in the heat is expected this weekend.
Area of Concern:
All areas outside of the Hill Country and Edwards Plateau. This advisory includes both the Austin and San Antonio metros.
Threats & Impacts:
Temperatures:Highs ranging from 91 to 105 in the advisory area.
Heat Indices: Peak heat index values ranging from 108 to 112 in the advisory area. Isolated locations may exceed 112.
Impacts: Increased risk of heat-related illnesses, including heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
Timing and Overview:
Hot and humid conditions are again expected to produce dangerous heat across portions of South Central Texas this afternoon. The hottest conditions are expected from 12 PM to 7 PM.
A storm system moving across the Northern Rocky Mountains will allow for rain chances to return to the forecast and high temperatures to decrease a few degrees on Saturday and Sunday.