SAN ANTONIO – For just a moment, San Antonio reached 101 degrees outdoors, making Friday San Antonio's hottest day of 2017.
Most of Texas experienced temperatures of 100 degrees or more throughout the week, prompting a the National Weather Service to issue a heat advisory affecting much of the state.
On Friday night, the NWS released data showing parts of Bexar County got as hot as 105 degrees throughout the day.
From melted phone cases to 150 degree bricks, it appears Texans are over this weather...
Texas heat is really not something to play with. stay hydrated. pray before walking outside. dress heat safe. my big toe melting as i type.— Rae Golden (@ChampionRae) June 18, 2017
This texas heat just melted my phone case 🔥🔥🔥— E2EK (Zek) (@z_pictographer) June 23, 2017
Walkin outside for 10 seconds like pic.twitter.com/Fhj08SaP8i— Texas Humor (@TexasHumor) June 22, 2017
When you feel the tiniest breeze on a hot afternoon. pic.twitter.com/WwViyz2puQ— Texas Humor (@TexasHumor) June 23, 2017
100 degrees in texas SOS don't go outside pic.twitter.com/jaZmrsVAZr— August Kalinec jr (@ajktx) June 23, 2017
"Hey, how is the weather in Texas?" pic.twitter.com/UqjjwniZ2Z— Christopher (@RedWolfArtist) June 23, 2017
The weather in Texas right now has me like... pic.twitter.com/kdUVmS6Uxd— Rick Valenciano (@bigmeach55) June 23, 2017
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