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Last Map Update: Thu, Jul. 27, 2017 at 2:02:17 am CDT

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Generally clear skies will prevail overnight with temperatures eventually cooling into the mid and upper 70's.
Heat related deaths are preventable. Protect yourself and others from the impacts of our summer heat.
Thursday will be very warm with high temperatures warming into the upper 90's to around 100 degrees. Heat index values or the apparent temperature will be between 105-110 degrees.
Parts of Southeast Texas have been very dry in July with Bellville and Somerville both reporting less than a half inch of rain. The heat and lack of rain has created an increasing threat for fire weather.
With temperatures expected to drift upwards over the next several days, it's good to remind yourself about the signs of heat exhaustion and deadly heat stroke. Look for these signs in yourself and others to prevent a tragedy.