Mostly Sunny, Breezy, Humid and Hot: August in South Texas

Heat Advisory for Crossroads through 8 pm

High pressure in the upper atmosphere continues to envelop most of the southern and southwestern U.S., bringing typical mid-summer heat and trapping Gulf humidity. Heat advisories are posted over much of the Lone Star State, including the Crossroads, and are likely to be necessary for the next several days. Heat indices locally are between 110 and 115 degrees. Expect no significant changes through the middle of next week, with virtually no precipitation expected. Afternoon air temperatures will be between 100 and 103 degrees, with overnight readings only around 80.