Get ready for more hot weather this month. Meteorologists are saying that August is expected to pick up where July left off.
The most intense heat will remain over parts of Texas, Oklahoma, and Arkansas until Aug. 15.
In addition, the heat wave may cover most of the South.
High temperatures in cities across the U.S. have already broken or tied more than 2,000 weather records.
Eighteen states from South Dakota to Texas to Louisiana have issued heat advisories and warnings.
Texas is experiencing its worst drought ever recorded. Texans continue to hope that the hurricane season will bring some rain and relief their way.
The National Weather Service has forecast a high of 106 degrees for Dallas on Monday and temperatures are expected to remain high all week.
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport has posted 30 days of 100 degree days, the second most on record, according to the Weather Service.