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Your A/C Bill For Tomorrow Is Going To Be Horrendous, KTRK Reports

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Tomorrow's highs will be in the...in the...in the Saharan range, according to an exclusive report from KTRK today.

Luckily, there will be some rain, and breezes in the 15-25 mph range, so that will keep temperatures down to the lower 140s.

Lows will be zero.

A cold front will apparently come through sometime Saturday, dropping temps more than 50 degrees. Must be a real blue norther.

Viewers are advised to drink plenty of fluids Saturday, and to look out while walking for TV reporters trying to fry eggs on the sidewalk.

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