Texas residents - including those in the Brownwood area - looking for rain in the forecast will have to look elsewhere. The National Weather Service predicts nothing but clear skies and high temperatures ranging from 103 to 105 for the coming week, again.
A heat advisory was posted Saturday for Brown and most other counties in a broad section of west central Texas, and it was accompanied by a hazardous weather statement. The weather service urged residents to stay indoors during the super-heated afternoon and evening hours.
Brown County water distributors continue to prohibit outdoor watering between noon and 6 p.m.