Less rain and more heat for SE Texas

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- The scattered storms that popped up Tuesday afternoon may be the last significant rain we see over the next 10 days. A huge summer heat ridge will build in, push out the rain, and give us the hottest weather we've seen since last September.

High temps will easily make it to the middle 90s both Wednesday and Thursday. Heat index values will peak around 105.

The weekend will get even hotter with triple digit temps likely for most inland areas. High humidity levels means heat index values could approach 110 Saturday through Monday so heat advisories will most likely be issued. A significant drop in temps isn't expected the next 10 days so lets do what we can to stay cool and hydrated.

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