Texas has 15 of the 30 hottest cities in the US, with more than 100 days each year above 90. Ouch! The hottest city in America has average temps of 106 in July. Any guess what city that is? And see what Lufkin's average summer temp should be.
After all the rain and thunderstorms last week, it's nice to see the sun and 90 degrees this week. And we know 100 isn't far off. Summer in Texas is great for hanging out at pools and lakes, but there are things to watch out for too. Here's our big heads up.
There's so much more to flying than sitting on the plane, reading on your device, and eating peanuts. A lot of flying involves waiting. Waiting for the line to move so you can board the plane, waiting for the plane to leave the gate, and waiting for the plane to reach the gate once the plane lands. …
East Texas heat may actually be the worst all around. It's not a dry heat, and it likes to sneak up on us when we least expect it. We aren't as prepared as folks living in places that are constantly hot, and with our weather changing every five seconds, we can never be fully prepared.
Everyone knows it's hot and humid here in Texas Forest Country. So to beat the heat we have put together this list of free, or very inexpensive, open to the public, places to cool off this Summer. Stay cool my friends!