The hottest outdoor spots in Texas, and why you should visit them

What’s the hottest outdoor spot in Texas?

If you haven’t been to the Lone Star State, it’s probably not in the city.

But it’s definitely not in Austin.

That’s because the hottest spot in Austin is actually in the suburbs.

And the reason is because the average temperatures in Austin are not that hot.

In fact, Austin’s average temperature is only about 5 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than the average in the U.S. As such, the average temperature in Austin in August is 6 degrees, according to the American Meteorological Society.

But that’s not the whole story.

In the past, the hottest temperature on record in Austin was actually recorded in the suburb of Westwood, which is a city of about 1.4 million people in the San Antonio Basin.

That city recorded its hottest temperature in May 2019, and the second hottest in September 2018.

That was at a time when Austin had some of the highest average temperatures across the United States.

The most recent hottest temperature recorded in Austin came in November 2018, when the city’s average was 5.5 degrees above the national average.

This past February, Austin had its hottest September on record, reaching a temperature of 8 degrees above average.

The city’s cool temperature is a combination of rainfall, clouds, and a lack of heat from human activity.

According to data collected by the National Weather Service, there were only four days in August when Austin’s temperature exceeded the national norm.

So while Austin’s hot weather may have been good for business, it has also been bad for health.

According, according, the city experienced the worst August heat wave in history.

In 2016, the heat wave killed at least 26 people and caused more than $11 million in damage.

The worst heat wave ever recorded in Texas was the worst ever recorded on the Great Plains in the Great Lakes region, which saw some of its worst flooding in recorded history.

The flooding in Lake Powell, Illinois, which hit more than 50,000 people in 2016, was caused by a series of powerful storms that pushed the lake toward the Gulf of Mexico.

The water level of Lake Powell rose to a record high of 7 feet in the area, and as the water flowed, it inundated homes and businesses.

The Lake Powell flooding was one of the worst natural disasters in U.N. history, as the lake was about 90 percent of its maximum level at the time.

Since then, Lake Powell has receded to about 10 percent of the maximum.

This year, a third of the lake has recessed to the lake’s lowest level.

The lake is only 8 percent of what it was in the 1950s, and Lake Powell is expected to continue to be dry and dry in the future.

The state has also experienced severe drought, and in July 2018, more than 70 percent of Austin was covered with at least 10 percent or more of its total rain, according a report by the U,S.

Drought Monitor.

Austin’s drought has been the worst in the country.

Austin also has the third-highest incidence of severe water-related deaths in the United State.

More than 9,000 Austin residents were killed by water in the year 2018, according the Harris County Medical Examiner’s Office.

This was a record for Austin, but was only one of two cities that had at least 9,001 people killed by the water.

As of February, Texas had recorded 9,068 deaths related to water in 2018, and more than 11,000 were water-dependent.

This means that the number of people killed annually by water is more than 10 times greater than the total number of Texans.

The drought has also had a devastating impact on the local economy.

In addition to the drought, the water shortage has led to increased housing costs.

According a 2016 study by the Texas Association of Realtors, the cost of an Austin home rose by nearly 12 percent in August 2017, when it was the third month of the year.

The increase in costs has also contributed to the city of Austin’s economic decline.

According the Austin American-Statesman, Austin is now one of only eight major U.C.L.A. universities in Texas.

In a report on the city, the Association of American University Colleges noted that the increase in property taxes, a decrease in state aid, and increased property taxes have impacted the city and impacted its ability to compete with larger cities.

The association also pointed out that a decrease of property tax revenue has led the city to consider building a new stadium.