After being held captive by 100-degree temperatures for two straight weeks, San Antonio is under siege by a resurgent Texas drought.

In South Texas, the drought has taken a big step in the wrong direction over the past several weeks. The heavy rain we saw back in April and May is a distant memory, and the city has been baking under triple-digit temperatures every day since July 8. Major changes have taken place in this week’s update from the U.S. Drought Monitor, and none of it is good news.

Read more from Anthony Franze with San Antonio Express-News here.