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weather forecast
A flood watch is now in effect for the Canyon Lake area. Image courtesy of the U.S. National Weather Service Austin-San Antonio.
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New Braunfels, San Antonio, Kyle and Austin are included in a purple swath on today's weather map. Image courtesy of the U.S. National Weather Service Austin-San Antonio.
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Temperatures move back into the 100s today after a brief sojourn in the balmy 90s. Image courtesy of U.S. National Weather Service Austin-San Antonio.
weather map
Image courtesy of the U.S. National Weather Service Austin-San Antonio.
saharan dust
Image of Saharan dust concentrations courtesy of AirNow.gov.
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See that purple area? It includes Canyon Lake, which could see heat-index values as high as 110 degrees over the weekend.
weather map
Hot today and scorcher tomorrow, the U.S. National Weather Service warned in a statement today. In other bad news, Saharan Dust arrives Sunday. Image courtesy of U.S. National Weather Service Austin/San Antonio.
map of river flooding
Image courtesy of West Gulf River Forecast Center.
heat wave
Expect temperatures as high as 98 or 100 degrees in the Canyon Lake and New Braunfels area.
Drought Graphic
April 14 image courtesy of the U.S. Drought Monitor.
weather forecast
Image courtesy of the U.S. National Weather Service Austin-San Antonio.
wildfire danger
Expect gusty, dry conditions today and a cold front after midnight.
wind advisory
A wind advisory remains in effect for Canyon Lake until midnight.
Lee Fire
The Lee Fire in Palo Pinto County burns next to a containment line constructed by Texas A&M Forest Service dozers on Feb. 22. Photo courtesy of Emily Mitchell/TAMFS.
de-icing crews
Comal County's Road Department spent the day gearing up for freezing weather. Ten tons of de-icing material "to be exact," the county said, was spread across roadways. Image courtesy of Comal County.
river forecast
The U.S. National Weather Service Austin-San Antonio warns drivers to "turn around, don't drown" if they encounter flooded roadways during this week's heavy rains. Image courtesy of the West Gulf River Forecast Center.
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