The heat waves are spreading to the West, and the first signs of the heat are appearing in Texas.
On Monday morning, the National Weather Service in Houston issued a heat advisory for Texas, which is home to the largest population of the Camp Curry campers.
The campers, many of them women, have been forced to take refuge in their cars for a couple of days after the first waves of heat swept across the state.
Many of the campers have been camping for weeks in the city of Houston.
As of Tuesday morning, Houston had received 15 heat alerts and at least 18 heat advisories.
There are two other hot-spots in the state: in El Paso, where a heat wave is forecast, and in the Dallas suburb of Plano.
Texas officials are now warning people to stay indoors.
“I’d just like to warn everybody, especially in Plano, that this is a very dangerous time,” said El Paso Mayor Paul Matijevic.
“There’s a lot of potential heat stroke, so be very careful.”
In Dallas, the city is experiencing its second heat wave.
The Dallas Morning News reports that the first wave of heat reached the city around 6:30 p.m. on Monday, when the temperature reached 110 degrees.
It was then expected to peak around 6 p.b.m., but the heat has now dropped to 105 degrees.
It’s still a long way away from being a dangerous heat wave, but the Weather Service says that people are staying indoors.
“It’s definitely a danger,” said Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings.
“We are taking all precautions and trying to make sure people don’t get in their vehicles.”
There are still no major heat advisors in Texas, but there are some heat warnings for parts of the region.
A heat wave warning is in effect in the cities of San Antonio and Plano in the San Antonio area.
In Dallas, there are two heat advisores in effect, one for the city and one for Plano: one in the City of Planas, one in Planas Village, and one in San Antonio.
Another heat wave advisory is in place for the Dallas area: one for San Antonio, one on the city’s North Side and one on Plano’s Northside.
Some heat advisor in Texas include:The heat is expected to continue through Wednesday, but with the exception of San Francisco, there is no significant change in temperature or humidity forecast.