Jeanette, Mexico City, Wednesday discussed on Charlie Parker


York, saying this frees up FEMA funding. Well, nice tag for the president yesterday. Looks like it's gonna get hot. We're going to get close to 100 today. We welcome in news for San Antonio. Meteorologist Jeanette Kaya. Good morning, Jeanette. Thank you and good morning, happy Wednesday. Very hot for the rest of the week. But turning a lot less humid, Mostly sunny today forecast high of 99 degrees. This afternoon. It will be breezy Winds will be shifting to the Northeast. Sustained 10 to 15 miles an hour with occasional wind gusts upwards of 20 miles an hour Thursday and Friday. Sunny and hot, but with low humidity highs will remain in the upper nineties about 98 degrees both Thursday and Friday Saturday sunshine with a high of 96. On Sunday. Gulf Moisture returns Partly sunny 10% range Chance high 93 early next week it looks like highs will be in the upper eighties with a 40% range chance both Monday into Tuesday. Meteorologist in that canyon is for San Antonio here for you, Thanks to net 75 degrees Brian. What's going on? Well, the governor's call for a third special legislative session to deal with redistricting and vaccine mandates there to go back to work. Later this month, a 7.0 earthquake jolted parts of Mexico overnight hitting your Alka Boco was felt as far away as Mexico City. And hundreds of thousands of Louisiana residents still without power this morning now, 10 days after Hurricane Ida hit now, traffic and weather together on the northwest side, I 10 west down at Heebner, Watch out for disabled vehicle on the right shoulder and in new Broncos. We just had this road.

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