The National Weather Service in Houston/Galveston has issued a heat advisory for Wednesday, starting at Noon and lasting until 8pm.
They warn that temperatures will exceed 100 degrees, with heat indices reaching 108 degrees or higher.
Sunrise temperatures will be warmer than average by starting out in the low 80s. With added moisture in the atmosphere, forecasters are expecting the temperature to rise quickly.
The National Weather Service says to take extra precautions if you have to work or spend time outside. When possible, reschedule strenuous activities to early morning or evening hours. Know the signs of heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Wear light colored and loose fitting clothing and drink lots of water.
|MONDAY, DECEMBER 9|
|Beth Lawrence - St. Thomas Early Learning Center Fun Run|
|Jessica Guidry - Christmas on the Brazos|
|Theresa Mangapora - Food for Families Food Drive|
|Reason to Smile - Send in Your Smiles|
|TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10|
|Brooke Conrad - United Way Campaign|
|Jeff Paradowski - Bikes for Kids|
|Mayor Jason Bienski - City of Bryan|
|WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11|
|KBTX Food for Families Food Drive|
|THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12|
|Michael Browder & Gloria Cooks - Pre Appreciation Concert featuring Pastor Beverly Crawford|
|Jay Socol - City of College Station|
|From the Ground Up - Click Here for Stories|
|Half Price Thursday - Click Here for Deals|
|FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13|
|B/CS Chamber of Commerce|
|BFD Elf on the Shelf|
|Jayla Fry - Click for Weekend Gardener|
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