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There will be a low risk for a few lingering showers or thunderstorms across the Big Country and Texoma through the early evening hours. Skies should clear overnight with temperatures falling into the 70s. A few low clouds may attempt to creep northward around sunrise into Central Texas.
It will be getting gradually hotter on Monday with highs between 98 and 103 degrees. Heat indices will range from 100-105 degrees. Isolated showers and storms will be possible across the Red River Valley. A few could be strong with gusty downburst winds and very localized bursts of heaver rain.
This week will be a scorcher with temperatures heating up each day well into the 100s many areas for afternoon high temperatures. No rainfall is expected. Heat indices appear the worst on Thursday, where values between 102-108 degrees are expected when you combine the heat with humidity. Overnight lows will be warm too and only near 80. Be prepared for the heat and put your heat safety plans into full swing this week.
Here are some heat safety tips for you, your family, and your pets! Be sure to protect your family as triple digit heat returns to the forecast! For more info: weather.gov/heat

 
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