How to beat the Texas heat: A guide to the best way to beat Bexar County records
We’ve been doing a lot of work lately to help people stay cool in the Lone Star State.
Here’s what we’ve learned.
Read moreThe heat index of the Bexas has climbed above 100 degrees in the past couple of days, according to the US National Weather Service.
It has reached 103 degrees in some parts of Bexard County, a county north of Dallas, according a report by the BEXAR County Weather Service on Friday.
In a city of 2.5 million, the city has recorded its highest temperature on record, at 106 degrees on Monday.
It is also the highest in the state.
In the city of San Antonio, which is a little more than 100 miles north, the temperature has topped 110 degrees in parts of the city, according the Weather Channel.
The record-breaking heat is expected to continue into the next week, with more heat-related deaths expected to follow.
Bexar was a hot spot in August and September when record-setting temperatures reached the region.
The Bexars were hit by record-low temperatures, and residents complained about air quality problems and a lack of adequate clean water.
The heat also affected the city’s economy, which was hurt by the high water prices.
This was a very bad time for Bexaris economy.
This was the worst year ever in terms of the amount of damage, according David Nolen, a meteorologist with the BExar County Weather Office.
It’s been a terrible time, he told the Bixby, Texas, Morning News.
The Bexaroas largest city, San Antonio was the hottest city in the nation on Tuesday with a temperature of 106 degrees, according The Weather Channel’s data.
The city’s average high temperature this year is 105 degrees.
The hottest city was Houston, Texas with a 106.4.