Isolated showers and storms are in the forecast this week, but they will only provide a temporary break from the heat.
A heat advisory was issued for Killeen on Saturday as temperatures began to climb into the triple digits.
The National Weather Service issued a heat advisory Friday morning for North and Central Texas. Heat indexes in excess of of 105 degrees are possible.
The rain has moved out, but the heat is jumping back in this week as National Weather Service meteorologists say it’s going to be a hot one.
Killeen has seen an overwhelming amount of rain recently, but it appears that might be about to turn. According to meteorologists at the National Weather Service said, weather for the Dallas-Fort Worth area will be sunny and dry until around Tuesday night,