TONIGHT: Mainly clear sky with a low of 69. Winds will turn calm by daybreak.

TOMORROW:  Mainly sunny sky with a high of 95. Winds southeast at 0-5 MPH.

WEDNESDAY:  Mainly sunny sky with a high of 95. Winds southeast at 0-5 MPH.

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Sizzling September continues for this new work and school week as daytime highs continue to climb above seasonal averages for this time of year.

With a little less a than two weeks left in the month, Mother Nature is holding on to summer for as long as she can. Normally for this time of year, highs should be in the upper 80s with evening lows in the lower 60s. While triple-digits are free from the forecast, we will continue with our already historic trend of temperatures at or above 90 degrees.

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Monday will be the 95th consecutive day with temperatures above 90 degrees. This shatters our old record of 88 consecutive days, set back in 2011. No true break from the summer pattern is expected over the next week or two. 

Consecutive 90s
Meteorologist Joe DeCarlo

There is some good news as we move toward the end of the week. As southeast Texas braces for copious amounts of tropical moisture, we could see some widely scattered showers and storms thanks in par to the moisture this system will send in our direction. 

Tropical disturbance off the coast of southeast Texas
FOX West Texas Weather Team

The better coverage for rain will be east of I-35. Parts of southeast Texas could pickup 5-10 inches of rain by the end of the week. Flash flooding will be a concern for this area of the state. 

Regional rainfall forecast through the end of the week
FOX West Texas Weather Team

Have a great Tuesday!