Record-Breaking Temperatures Reported Across RGV
WESLACO – Record temperatures were reported across the Rio Grande Valley on Thursday, and they’re expected to remain high on Friday.
Temperatures in McAllen reached a high of 111 and Weslaco experienced temperatures of 107 on Thursday. Cameron County cities, Harlingen and Brownsville, saw high temperatures averaging above 100.
For Friday, the temperatures are predicted to reach triple digits again. The National Weather Service issued a heat advisory for the Valley and it will remain in effect until 5 p.m.
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According to KRGV Meteorologist Andrew Chung, there are predictions of scattered showers for the weekend, with a 50 percent chance on Sunday and Monday.
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- Visit the Weather section of the website for more information.
- Get weather updates on the go with the KRGV Weather app.
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