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Houston forecast: Triple digit temps expected in the week ahead



Sunday saw the first 100-degree day for Bush Airport since August 29th, 2020! Hobby was 99 and Galveston set a record of 97, broken from the old record in 1875! There will likely be more records falling this week as we’ll stay very hot with high pressure in place.

Temperatures will stay in the upper 90s to near 100, feeling more like 101-106 with the humid air in place. There is a good chance that we could see triple digits for most of the week, stay safe!

There is a 0% chance now that we could see a tropical system develop over the next five days in the southwest Caribbean Sea. The NHC has downgraded the cluster of storms that once looked like they could develop over water. The forecast now is for them to stay over land as they move inland. As a result the forecast as of now is there is zero chance of development in the next 48 hours into a named storm. Make sure you’re prepared for the rest of the season by getting our Hurricane Tracker App.

High pressure builds in strength this weekend giving us another chance to to reach 100 degrees for multiple days this week. Heat warnings may be issued.


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