The National Weather service has issued a Heat Advisory for Bell County/Central Texas for the rest of the 4th of July weekend. The advisory begins at 1pm Sunday through 8pm Monday night. High Temperatures will likely rise into the upper 90's with heat index values between 105 and 110 degrees. Please be very careful if you have outdoor plans. If you got a yard to mow, try and do it early in the day. Make sure to check on pets, and leave them plenty of extra water.

Weather like this might as well be called "nobody waits in the car" weather. Be safe out there. A heat advisory simply means that outdoor conditions could cause health related problems. Watch for signs and symptoms of a heat exhaustion. It can happen to anyone participating in outdoor activities during this advisory. Track the latest weather information with our partners in the KWTX Doppler Ten Forecast Center.