By: Virginia Simmons

Thinking about moving into Texas or around Texas? If love the heat – or want to avoid it – this list is for you!

Summer is hot, but according to currentresults.com Texas is the second hottest state following Louisiana.

Even more impressive, is that out of America’s 50 hottest cities, Texas holds 17 of them!

With the summer temperatures reaching (and staying) over 100 degrees, Texans know that June, July, and August mean staying inside next to the air conditioning.

Keep reading to find out which the hottest Texas cities are!

Abilene | #20 in U.S. | #14 in Texas

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Houston | #18 in U.S.| #12 in Texas

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Midland- Odessa | #16 in U.S. | #11 in Texas

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Witchita Falls | #15 in U.S. | #10 in Texas

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El Paso | #14 in U.S. | #9 in Texas

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Victoria | #12 in U.S. | #8 in Texas

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Waco | #12 in U.S. | #8 in Texas

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Corpus Christi | #9 in U.S. | #6 in Texas

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Austin | #8 in U.S. | #5 in Texas

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San Angelo | #7 in U.S. | #4 in Texas

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San Antonio | #2 in U.S. | #14 in Texas

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Brownsville | #5 in U.S. | #2 in Texas

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Del Rio | #4 in U.S. | #1 in Texas

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