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NWS Houston 4h
Here is some rainfall info for the four main climate sites in SE TX. With more than two months left in the year, Galveston has already reached their annual average while the other three sites need another 3 to 8 inches to reach their annual average.
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NWS Houston Oct 21
Significant Weather Advisory for Northwestern Galveston.
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Gene Perez Oct 21
Tornado Watch issued for Brazos County till 10 am.
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NWS Houston Oct 21
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NWS Houston Oct 15
The next cold front is on its way. In the meantime, another warm and humid day today.
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Gene Perez Oct 20
Looking for our next cold front to cross the area early in the morning. Looking at a good chance (70%) of showers and thunderstorms. We will bring lows in the 50s and highs in the 70s to start the week.
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NWS Houston Oct 17
10/17 4PM CDT update on potential tropical storm 16. This system is expected to move NE, away from Texas. Impacts if any at all will be elevated seas and tides in the Gulf tomorrow and Saturday.
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NWS Houston Oct 18
Rise 'n Shine!🌞 Today will be a fantastic day weather-wise with mostly sunny skies and warmer temperatures (about 10 degrees warmer than yesterday!). The warming trend continues tomorrow, but clouds will also be on the increase.
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NWS Houston Oct 17
10PM Update on Potential Tropical Storm 16 - it's still on track to move NE away from Texas towards the Florida panhandle.
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Erika Paige Oct 20
October 20, 2019, is going down in the record books. We broke a 127 year old record this afternoon in Bryan and College Station. 94° was our official high at Easterwood Airport. Relief is coming soon!
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NWS Houston Oct 18
Here is the Climate Prediction Center's Outlook for this winter: For southeast Texas, there is a 40 - 50% chance of both a warmer and drier than normal winter.
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Gene Perez Oct 15
Shower and thunderstorm activity approaching BCS with expected frontal passage.
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NWS Houston Oct 18
Portions of our region are under moderate to extreme drought conditions! Are you experiencing any drought impacts in your area? Let us know! Here is the latest Drought Information Statement for SE TX:
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Erika Paige Oct 21
Good news for the Brazos Valley: Stable air continues to undercut these storms and keep them below severe limits. Radar is still sampling winds gusting over 40mph as the line rolls in.
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NWS Houston 17h
There is quite a bit of uncertainty in the forecast for the end of the week that stems from how an upper level low develops over the Four Corners Region on Thursday. The final answer will be probably be somewhere in between.
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NWS Houston 16h
Today's Outlook: ☀️🙌 Today's weather will feature low humidity, near seasonal temperatures, and mostly sunny skies.
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NWS Houston Oct 21
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NWS Houston Oct 21
Significant Weather Advisory for West Central Galveston, Central Brazoria and Northeastern Matagorda Counties until 815 AM CDT.
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NWS Houston Oct 21
📡 3:45 AM Radar Update: Storms are popping up across the region this morning ahead of the approaching cold front. The front will reach College Station within the next hour, then Houston by the morning commute.
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NWS Houston Oct 20
The National Weather Service in League City has Issued a Special Marine Warning for Waters From Freeport To Matagorda Ship Channel Tx From 20 To 60, Nm.
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