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More 100-Degree Temps?


Happy Friday!!


It's not out of the question to see triple digits during Labor Day weekend and this just might be one of those times. We have a little bit of a warm up heading our way as we jump into the holiday weekend. The slim rain chances we've been battling every afternoon is beginning to dwindle and temperatures will rise to near 100 Saturday, Sunday & Monday. Your forecast for Labor Day is as follows:

Saturday - High 98. Mostly sunny. Wind: S 5-10

Sunday - High 100. Mostly sunny. Wind: S 5-10

Monday - High 100 Mostly sunny. Wind: S 5-10

There's a potential we'll get close to a record on Sunday. It's 102 which was set back in 2012. The last few September's we've had 100 degree temps sprinkle in. The last time we didn't reach 100 in September was 2007.  The hottest temp ever recorded at Camp Mabry was 112 on Sept. 5th, 2000 (also tied on Aug. 28th, 2011).  Hopefully Sunday will be the last time!!


The Drought Monitor released Thursday puts parts of Travis, Hays and Blanco Counties back into SEVERE Drought while it continues in parts of Caldwell, Bastrop and Milam Counties.  Isn't it crazy to think we had record rain in May and more heavy rain in June and now we're sinking back into the depths of drought?  While we wait for El Nino's effects to kick in this fall, more dry weather is likely for the short-term.  


I'm looking ahead to next week for the possibility of our next rain storm. We have a cold front that looks to swing through sometime around Thursday of next week. This might have enough power to bring in some area-wide showers/storms and cool us down. Right now it's still a little early to pinpoint it but if we keep our rain-hats on -- we may just end up getting more rainfall next week.


Today we're hitting the road and doing our newscasts live from Wimberley as the Texans take on the Giddings Buffaloes tonight at 5 & 6.  The weather's shaping up nicely for the game.  Kickoff temp: 87 in Wimberley.  


Batter up! It's KEYE weekend at the Round Rock Express games this weekend. That means we'll at the games throwing the first pitch and say hi to everyone who attends. Catch our new Weekend Meteorologist Collin Myers live tonight at 5 & 6PM before the game.  He'll throw out a pitch this evening.  Saturday, Reporter Nadia Galindo will test her throwing skills.  Sunday, Morning Anchor Allison Miller will throw a first pitch and Monday, Weekend Anchor Adela Uchida does the honors.

First pitch forecast for each game: 

Friday 7:05PM - 90 Mostly sunny

Saturday 7:05PM - 92 Mostly sunny

Sunday 6:05PM - 97 Mostly sunny

Monday 12:05PM - 92 Mostly sunny


In the Atlantic, Fred is expected to weaken to a Tropical Depression in the Atlantic, while Tropical Storm Kevin is tracking through the Pacific.  Check out our Tropics Tracker:

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Meteorologist Jordan Steele

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