A heat advisory has been issued again today for the counties along the upper-Texas coast. While the mercury is generally are not expected to rise above the mid-90’s nor topple any daily high temperature records, a combination of intense August heat and high humidity levels will inhibit vigorous outdoor activities
Looking down the road some, the heat is expected to persist through early next week at least. For Wednesday, a weak disturbance may bring an increased chance of showers and some relief. Beyond that, however, an upper-level high pressure ridge will establish itself firmly over most of Texas and surrounding areas. Humidity levels may actually decrease some over the next few days, but temperatures will continue to reach the mid to upper-90’s over most areas.