Austin Local News
UPDATE: LCRA predicting 35 days of 100-degree heat this summer
It's going to be another brutally hot Summer, so says Lower Colorado River Authority Chief Meteorologist Bob Rose. He says he expects we'll see around 35 days of temperatures at or above 100 degrees in July and August this year and that the average high temp will average about one or two degrees above normal. Rose says last Summer Central Texas saw 42 days of 100 plus degree temps.
Rose also forecasts the Summer to have about normal rainfall.