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"[High] pressure has been pretty much anchored over Texas in some capacity since June...it basically shields us from stuff in the gulf while it’s here," said Matt Lanza, Space City Weather. "The heat has really been painful this summer, but it’s also kind of kept the door closed on any tropical activity over Texas," Lanza said.

The high-pressure system brings dry air and clockwise winds, which would weaken any potential hurricane and push it away from Houston.

Lanza said the high pressure will likely dissipate a little around mid-August and Houston could see some rain before the end of the season."

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