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Temperatures are expected to rise this week across the State of Texas. Here in Lubbock, temperatures are supposed to be in the triple digits most of the week with some forecast calling for a high Saturday of 105.

Ron Roberts of KAMC warned viewers about the heat this week, telling folks on Twitter to stay hydrated and to limit sun exposure.

The same is expected in and around Houston and other parts of the state. Welcome to Texas during the summer. It's hot and it could get even hotter.

The good news? The grid is expected to hold up.

During heat waves like this it is always good to stay hydrated, keep cool by staying indoors, take breaks when working outdoors, and check on elderly neighbors and those who may not have air conditioners.

Oh and don't forget about your outdoor pets. Make sure they have lots of water and shade too. And be careful when taking them for a walk. Sometimes the concrete might be too hot for their paws which can lead to burns.

Stay cool this week.

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