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All Ahead with Summer Heat in Texas; Keeping an eye on the Tropics


As we move into the final days of June, it’s all ahead with summer heat, little to no rain, and mosquitos across Texas. Daily high temperatures will continue to remain near or above average. That means the 90s and 100s will be common. High humidity will continue to bring heat index temperatures of 105 to 112 degrees across the eastern half of Texas through early next week. For those planning ahead toward Independence Day (next Thursday), expect hot weather. I know, surprising – right?


Atlantic Hurricane Season also heating up

We are beginning to pay more attention to the tropics. Over the weekend, one weak tropical disturbance will move into the southwestern Gulf of Mexico. That system may bring a few showers to Deep South Texas and the Rio Grande Valley, but like the last blob, it will move into Mexico.

A more formidable tropical blob is way out in the open Atlantic, several hundred miles east of the Leeward Islands. That blob is likely to become Tropical Storm Beryl soon. It is moving west toward the Caribbean and could become a hurricane by next week. We’re a bit early in the season for these ‘long-trackers’, but hey – it is 2024. Where that system goes from the Caribbean is still questionable, but if it made it into the Gulf of Mexico, it wouldn’t be for another eight to nine days. We’ll keep an eye on it.

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  1. Shelley Howle Colbert

    The sky is blue with wispy clouds and no rain currently.

  2. Nancy Anderson

    How do I invest in one of these? Any idea on potential ROI?

    • David Darling

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    • Vivian Wiegman

      Nancy Anderson I think Invest 95L is the temporary name until it reaches hurricane status. Then it will be Beryl.

  3. Jan White

    Gonna keep taking care of my flowering plants and putting food and water out for a couple young cats that were born in my neighbors backyard last fall.

  4. Casie Renee' Brooks

    James Brooks 😭

  5. Dustin Shult

    Good come hit Houston

  6. Chris Ellis

    Line um up, and let the good times roll….

  7. Chris Bradford

    Any chance these will bring reprieve to North Texas?

  8. Bill Staton

    ‘Not Our Problem’. LOL!!!

  9. Chris Degli-Esposti

    Doubt we’ll get anything again this year due to the La Niña in the Pacific.

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