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Special Weather Statement

Areas Affected: Andrews; Big Bend Area; Borden; Crane; Davis, Apache Mountains Area; Dawson; Ector; Gaines; Glasscock; Guadalupe Mountains; Howard; Loving; Marfa Plateau; Martin; Midland; Mitchell; Pecos; Presidio Valley; Reagan; Reeves County and Upper Trans Pecos; Scurry; Terrell; Upton; Van Horn and Highway 54 Corridor; Ward; Winkler

NWS Midland-Odessa (Western Texas and Southeastern New Mexico)

...AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF VERY HOT TEMPERATURES EXPECTED LATER THIS WEEK INTO NEXT WEEK... A building upper ridge and drier conditions will lead to intense heating across the area beginning the middle of this week, lasting into next week. Temperatures are expected to reach above 100 degrees at most locations with temperatures near 110 degrees along the Rio Grande. If you plan to be outside in the heat, take plenty of breaks, especially during the hottest parts of the day. Wear light-colored and loose-fitting clothing. Drink plenty of water, even if you do not feel thirsty. Avoid alcoholic or caffeinated beverages. Think about others! NEVER leave children in a car on even a moderately warm day as conditions in the car can quickly heat to unhealthy levels. Check on pets, the elderly, or other people at risk.


Special Weather Statement

Areas Affected: Central Lea County; Eddy County Plains; Guadalupe Mountains of Eddy County; Northern Lea County; Southern Lea County

NWS Midland-Odessa (Western Texas and Southeastern New Mexico)

...AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF VERY HOT TEMPERATURES EXPECTED LATER THIS WEEK INTO NEXT WEEK... A building upper ridge and drier conditions will lead to intense heating across the area beginning the middle of this week, lasting into next week. Temperatures are expected to reach above 100 degrees at most locations with temperatures near 110 degrees along the Rio Grande. If you plan to be outside in the heat, take plenty of breaks, especially during the hottest parts of the day. Wear light-colored and loose-fitting clothing. Drink plenty of water, even if you do not feel thirsty. Avoid alcoholic or caffeinated beverages. Think about others! NEVER leave children in a car on even a moderately warm day as conditions in the car can quickly heat to unhealthy levels. Check on pets, the elderly, or other people at risk.


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Posted: 06/12/2018 - The CBS 7 Weather Authority is looking to expand its weather coverage online.

Updated: 04/30/2018 - Main threats from the storms include large hail, damaging winds, brief heavy rainfall and the possibility of an isolated tornado or two.

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