Few spots of rain developed across the Brazos Valley Tuesday afternoon -- overall, not much in the way of relief for a better part of the area. Rain chance is looking bleak as high pressure steadily rebuilds over the Lone Star State.
Temperatures Wednesday are expected to reach the upper 90s for most, with a few triple digit readings possible. Those 100° highs look to become the theme heading into the second half of the week / weekend / early next week as high pressure centers itself over Texas. Heat index values 103° to 105° will be possible, as well.
Tuesday Night: Partly cloudy after midnight. Low: 77. Wind: S 5-10 mph.
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- Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin and state Secretary of Energy and Environment Michael Teague will meet with members of the Coordinating Council on Seismic Activity to discuss earthquake activity in the state.
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