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AS THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL LOOMS, THE END OF SUMMER BREAK WILL FEEL LIKE IT...

We are closing the books on an extended break from school for most, however, we are not close to saying goodbye to the Summer heat. High pressure at the surface and upper levels will move over the Brazos Valley and stick around through the weekend and into most of next week. Therefore, expect plenty of sunshine, searing heat, and no rain. Temperatures should range in the upper 90s to near 100° each day.

Additionally, in the tropics, there is a disturbance that will move closer to Puerto Rico and should not cause any trouble in the Gulf at this time. Computer information suggests that this disturbance will add on more organization and tropical characteristics to become a depression a tropical storm in the coming days. Latest guidance projects the path of this storm to stay in the Atlantic rather than move into the Gulf. If anything changes, I will keep you in the loop.

Stay hydrated and apply plenty of sunscreen.

Thursday Night: Warm and muggy, under a partly cloudy sky. Low: 76°

Friday: Full sunshine, sizzling heat, and muggy. High: 98°

Friday Night: Warm and muggy, under a mostly clear sky. Low: 76°

Saturday: Wall to wall sunshine, very hot, and muggy. High: 98°

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Chief Meterologist Jared Plushnick

Chief Meteorologist Jared Plushnick

When it comes to the weather, Chief Meteorologist Jared Plushnick lives by one important quote. "Enjoy the weather, because it's the only weather we've got." This was a famous saying by world renowned meteorologist, Joe Bastardi. Weather is something that affects everyone, every day, and in every way. If we enjoy all of the different phenomena that is weather, we will be able to enjoy each day it brings. Chief Meteorologist Jared Plushnick graduated with a degree in Meteorology from Penn State University in central Pennsylvania. Additionally, he was awarded the Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) recognition from the American Meteorological Society. Read More...

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