Around this time of year is when warm and sticky becomes the norm in Central Texas and Thursday promises to be no different, according to the National Weather Service.
For longtime Texans, calling a forecast high of 95 degrees “hot” might be going too far. However, with humidity sitting at 88 percent Thursday morning, it will feel like the day breaks into triple-digit territory this afternoon, the weather service said.
The skies will be mostly clear with a cloud here and there to offer a brief respite. No rain has been forecast, the weather service said.
Slight chances of rain and thunderstorms have been predicted for the rest of the week at 20 percent Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Daily forecast temperatures remain roughly the each day with highs in the mid-90s and lows in the mid-70s.