Elevated Heat and Fire Danger Seen Through Weekend

Threats & Impacts:

Daily Afternoon Heat Indices ("Feels Like"):

  • 105-110 degrees along and east of I-35 and along and south of U.S. 90. Some isolated locations could briefly exceed 110 degrees.
  • 100-105 degrees across the Hill Country.
  • Prolonged exposure to this excessive heat could lead to dehydration, heat exhaustion, or even a heat stroke.

Daily Afternoon and Early Evening Fire Weather

  • Humidity around 25-35% and occasional wind gusts around 20 mph.
  • Weather conditions, combined with recent rainfall deficits leading to drying of grasses and brush, could result in fires that are difficult to control at times.

Timing & Overview:

Hot temperatures will peak across South-Central Texas through the remainder of the week and into early next week. No significant chances for rainfall are forecast during this time. This will result periods of elevated heat and fire weather conditions each afternoon and early evening. Heat Advisories are expected across portions of the region each day.

Tips and Resources:

Residents are encouraged to take appropriate precautions to prevent heat related illnesses:

Residents are encouraged to exercise care with respect to outdoor activities that could inadvertently cause a wildfire:

GRAPHIC: NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE

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