A Heat Advisory is in effect for all of South-Central Texas Monday afternoon and evening.
Area of Concern:
All of South-Central Texas
Threats & Impacts:
Heat Indices:108-112 degrees
Impacts:Prolonged exposure to this heat could lead to dehydration, heat exhaustion, or even heat stroke. Students participating in after-school practices may be particularly vulnerable to this heat.
Timing and Overview:
Recent rainfall combined with above normal afternoon temperatures will result in oppressive heat across the region on Monday, and a Heat Advisory is in effect for Monday afternoon and evening. The hottest conditions are expected for areas near and east of a Del Rio to San Antonio to Austin line. The Hill Country likely won't see widespread locations that reach Heat Advisory criteria (108 F or greater heat index). However, isolated locations in the Hill Country are expected to reach this criteria, especially in areas that saw rainfall this weekend. Elevated heat index values will be possible again on Tuesday and Wednesday.
GRAPHICS: NATIONAL WEATHER SERVIC