“The energy grid could be under stress with air conditioners and fans running consistently to try to keep people comfortable,” AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Paul Walker.
AccuWeather Global Weather Center – June 6, 2022 – June is already off to a toasty start for much of the south-central United States following an abnormally warm May for the region. AccuWeather
A northward shift in the jet stream has allowed unseasonably hot air to push out of Mexico and seep across portions of the South Central states as well as the Four Corners region. Areas from New Mexico and Texas north into portions of Colorado and Kansas will all encounter temperatures on the rise during the first half of the week.
Temperatures will be more typical of the height of summer, rather than early summer, according to c
Cities like Abilene, San Antonio and Austin, Texas, typically record high temperatures around 90 F in early June but are all forecast to climb above 100 F through midweek. Daily high-temperature records will be in jeopardy for multiple days in a row.
By Monday, AccuWeather RealFeel® Temperatures will soar to 107 F for places like Abilene. For some cities in southern Texas that sit along the border with Mexico, temperatures will soar even higher.
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