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Update 7/12 6:30 p.m.:

The temperature reached 108 degrees in Austin on Wednesday, exceeding the previous record for July 12 by three degrees.


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High temperatures for Austin are expected to get as hot as 106 degrees Monday, according to weather forecasts, which would set a record for July 12. The city is asking people to stay inside.


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