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The hot and dry trend sticks around for another week.

Meteorologist Symone Thomas has the Wednesday evening forecast.

SAN ANGELO, Texas — We had yet another blazing day across West Texas. Nearly the entire viewing area is in the triple digits right now. Tonight will be another night of lows dipping into the mid to upper 70s under mostly clear skies, but we'll get right back up to the triple digits tomorrow. The heat advisory that went in effect today will persist through Friday, but it's likely that will be extended because this weekend's temperatures show no sign of relief. This is a time where you definitely want to use caution and practice heat safety. Wear your sunscreen, drink plenty of water & take frequent breaks if you plan to do any outdoor activities. Over in the tropics, Bonnie is finally starting to lose its strength. Its expected to be a remnant low by weekend. There is another area of interest off the western coast of Central America that has a 70% chance of forming into a system over the next five days. As for things back home in the long term, models are hinting at a possible cold front next week that could bring us back to the 90s and offer a chance of rain. We'll keep our fingers crossed that this pans out.

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