beginning on Monday, June 17, 2013
5-day Intellicast Weather forecast:
High: 91 F, Low: 74 F
High: 89 F, Low: 73 F
High: 91 F, Low: 73 F
Partly Cloudy, High:
94 F, Low: 74 F
Sunny, High: 95 F,
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Tarrant County has been removed
from the Burn Ban list. Burn bans are still in effect in counties
located in far west Texas, the Panhandle and along the Rio Grande
As we enter the summer of 2013, several counties in
the western part of North Texas and the Panhandle are still experiencing
severe drought levels. Tarrant county is in the moderate drought
category and will be expected to get worse as we go through the summer.
As of June 3, 2013, Stage 1 watering restrictions are in effect
for Tarrant County.
For more information, link to the 'US Drought Monitor' in the right hand
column. Monitor your city's guidance for
What to Do
What Are the Symptoms of Heat-Related Illnesses?
sometimes disabling, cramps that typically begin suddenly in
the hands, calves, or feet.
Hard, tense muscles.
Muscle aches and cramps
Confusion or anxiety
Drenching sweats, often accompanied
by cold, clammy skin.
Slowed or weakened heartbeat.
requires immediate attention but is not usually
Dizziness or vertigo.
Hot, flushed, dry skin.
Rapid heart rate.
Shortness of breath.
Blood in urine or stool.
Increased body temperature (104 to
Confusion, delirium, or loss of
Heat stroke can occur suddenly, without
any symptoms of heat exhaustion. If a person is experiencing
symptoms of heat exhaustion or heat stroke,
OBTAIN MEDICAL CARE IMMEDIATELY.