Quote Originally Posted by KCat View Post
It may have been 24 days over 100 v. 24 days of 100 or over. Be safe! We've got enough concrete and bayou down here in League City that it's not as dangerous though go down the road a piece toward Friendswood and the fields could be at risk.
I have decided that I really like you! You won't let me slack and give out bad info! That is the way we like it here!

CLIMATE...
THE TEMPERATURE HAS REACHED 100 DEGREES AT BOTH HOUSTON AND
COLLEGE STATION THIS AFTERNOON...CAPPING OFF WHAT WILL GO DOWN AS
HOTTEST MONTH OF ANY MONTH ON RECORD FOR SOUTHEAST TEXAS. FOR
COLLEGE STATION...THIS IS THE 58TH DAY OF 100-DEGREE
TEMPERATURES...TYING THE ALL-TIME RECORD FOR MOST IN A YEAR SET IN
1917. THE TEMPERATURE REACHED 100 DEGREES A TOTAL OF 30 OUT OF THE
31 DAYS THIS MONTH IN HOUSTON...SOMETHING THAT SEEMED ALMOST
UNTHINKABLE PRIOR TO THIS MONTH. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH
TEMPERATURE IN HOUSTON FOR AUGUST WILL EXCEED 100 DEGREES FOR THE
FIRST TIME EVER FOR ANY MONTH. THE MONTHLY AVERAGE TEMPERATURE IN
HOUSTON WILL END UP CLOSE TO 90.4 DEGREES...WHICH EXCEEDS THE
PREVIOUS RECORD HOTTEST MONTH (AUGUST 2010) BY A WHOPPING 2.7
DEGREES.

The above was posted on the KHOU weather board as well as by Dr. Jeff Master's on www.weatherunderground.com.

Are you seeing any smoke down your way? Glad to know that things are safe down your way. I really don't think my house or those around me are in much danger because we leave in a town (a small one) and there is brush all around.This morning we have tons of smoke and ash but it cleared out late in the morning. We now have it back again and the fires they thought were out are coming back aline.