If You Liked Yesterday's Hot Afternoon, You'll Love Today

Another Heat Advisory is in effect for portions of South-Central Texas Tuesday afternoon and evening.

Area of Concern:

Areas generally south and east of a Uvalde to San Antonio to Georgetown line

Threats & Impacts:

Temperatures:100-105 degrees

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, the homeless, the elderly, and individuals without access to air conditioning may be particularly vulnerable to this heat. 

Timing and Overview:

Oppressive heat will continue for portions of the region again on Tuesday and another Heat Advisory has been issued for areas generally south and east of a Uvalde to San Antonio to Georgetown line. Heat index values are not expected to be quite as high as today, but several locations are forecast to peak in the 108 to 110 degree range. Isolated locations may peak near 112 degrees. Heat index values are expected to decrease mid to late week.

IMAGES: NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE

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