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We can expect the heat index to be dangerously high again this week. Plan to be safe everyday. Sunscreen is a must! And don’t forget, your pets will suffer from extreme heat too – keep them indoors as much as possible. CLICK HERE for more summer safety tips.
High heat means high energy usage across the State of Texas. By reducing your power usage just a little during the peak hours between 2:00 pm and 8:00 pm, you can make a big difference for everyone. For information on how to help reduce your power usage, CLICK HERE. You can also track power outage information with the CenterPoint Energy Outage Tracker.
When temperatures soar, beating the heat can be a real challenge. A trip to the mall or taking in the latest movie are just a couple of ways to find some relief. Harris County Public Libraries can be great places to enjoy cool air and start a new adventure with a book. CLICK HERE to find a location near you!
The Harris County Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management will update this page as needed. CLICK HERE for weather forecasts from the National Weather Service.
Harris County Commissioners Court enacted a burn ban due to an increased threat of wildfires across unincorporated Harris County. Here's what that means:
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