Discussion – 


Discussion – 


Texas Sizzles As Heat Dome Descends!

Summer has arrived in Texas both officially and according to Mother Nature. The heat dome is overhead, and it isn’t going to leave anytime soon.

Today and Tuesday, we anticipate isolated showers and storms near the Texas Gulf Coast and adjacent inland regions, courtesy of the sea breeze. While widespread rain is not on the horizon, there’s a chance you might experience a brief, refreshing downpour or cloud cover, offering a temporary respite from the heat. Far West Texas, and possibly parts of the Texas Panhandle and West Texas, could also see scattered thunderstorms over the next two days.


Do you want Rain? Good luck…

Widespread rain is not expected to fall in Texas this week. Isolated forecast rain totals of one-tenth to one inch are possible in the Borderland of Far West Texas (El Paso), the northern Texas Panhandle, and along the Lower and Middle Texas Gulf Coast.

Outside of the modest rain chances mentioned above, we are firmly entrenched in our traditional summer-time weather pattern. Afternoon high temperatures will peak in the 90s and 100s daily through the end of June and probably beyond. High soil moisture content across the eastern two-thirds of Texas means extra humidity. Those higher humidity values will result in heat index temperatures (what it actually feels like) topping out in the 103 to 110-degree range.

Above-average temperatures will likely persist through early July across the southern and eastern half of the United States. Cooler weather, thanks to the northern plains severe weather season, are possible across the Dakotas.

No tropical mischief is expected to impact Texas or the Gulf of Mexico through the end of June. Above-average temperatures will likely persist through the first week of July.

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David Reimer


  1. @charisselewis6687

    Good late morning!

  2. @had123ish

    I fixed another cup of coffee ☕️ just for this ❤ Good late morning.

  3. @glenn5903

    Hey David! Stay cool!😅

  4. @darleneerwin4964

    Like the back drop, so cool! Be safe visiting your family…Thanks David for keeping us informed about the weather…

  5. Kw Whitley

    Well…we knew it was coming…ugg

  6. Evelyn Billington

    What? No more blobs? I

  7. Lisa Eades

    Don’t you mean hot til, say, mid October?

  8. Natalie Zavesky

    Can someone please explain why we get this stupid heat dome?

    • Wilgus Burton Jr.

      Natalie Zavesky in part, due to the Jet Stream flowing from west to east across the US. There’s more to it..

  9. Ravens Moon Fòlkvangr

    Texas is Crematoria! Can’t exist outside for five months a year

  10. Dee Ortega

    No more rain hot and hell till December we won’t get away from heat now

  11. J Wesley Carter

    Everything is normal. Gimme a 12 pack of shiner and a river to float

  12. Brandi Tadlock

    Go on back up North, heat dome! Git!

  13. Charles Pilonero

    Seems like a normal summer in Texas. Time for some tea.

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