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Last Map Update: Sun, Jul. 23, 2017 at 10:17:18 pm CDT

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After a few lingering showers and thunderstorms dissipate this evening, partly cloudy skies and warm temperatures are expected to persist across Southeast Texas through the overnight hours.
July 2017 has been warmer than normal and this trend of above normal temperatures will persist next week. Many locations across SE TX continue to record their warmest year to date average temperature.
With temperatures expected to drift upwards later this week, 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.
There is an increased risk for rip currents along Gulf-facing beaches through Monday. Use caution and swim near a lifeguard if entering the water.