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Storm Moving Through the Upper Midwest to the Northeast

Heavy rain and the potential for strong thunderstorms along and east of the Appalachians will precede a cold front, while snow showers will fall behind the front in the Ohio Valley, Upper Midwest and Great Lake States. Rain-on-snow flooding is possible in portions of New England and New York State. Rain and high elevation snow will return to the west. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sat, Feb. 25, 2017 at 12:10:08 pm CST

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Hazardous conditions on the Gulf will continue through this morning before winds and seas are able to decrease this afternoon. The Small Craft Advisory will expire at noon, but small craft should exercise caution through the evening.
As high pressure builds in behind a dry cold front overnight, slightly cooler air has moved into the region. With highs only reaching the upper 70s and low 80s, compared to upper 90s, it will feel very nice out there with mostly sunny skies. Get outside and enjoy it!
There is a high risk of rip currents along area beaches today due to strong northeast winds and elevated wave heights in the surf zone. Use caution if you decide to enter the water, especially in the vicinity of the South Padre Island jetties, where rip currents often develop. Weather conditions will be nice with temperatures in the mid 70s and sunny skies. If you decide to lay out on the beach, don’t forget the sunblock, even though it is February!
Temperatures will continue to be well above normal and will surge again to the upper 80s and upper 90s the first half of the week with mainly dry conditions. A weak disturbance and a slight uptick in moisture may allow for a few showers in the northern areas on Sunday, but the better rain chances don’t come until the end of the week in the wake of our next cold front. Until then, expect the summer-like heat to continue.
Brownsville: Yesterday's high temperature was 17 degrees above normal and the low was 12 degree above normal. The high temperature of 92 degrees tied the previous record set in 2016. The record low temperature of 32 degrees was set in 1968. No rainfall was reported at Brownsville South Padre Island International Airport. The daily rainfall record of 2.72 inches was set in 1922. Harlingen: Yesterday's high temperature was 18 degrees above normal and the low was 9 degrees above normal. A new record high temperature of 94 degrees was set, breaking the previous record high temperature of 91 degrees last set in 2007. The record low temperature of 31 degrees was set in 1968. No rainfall was reported at Valley International Airport. The daily rainfall record of 0.42 inches was set in 1923. McAllen: Yesterday's high temperature was 18 degrees above normal and the low was 13 degrees above normal. The record high temperature of 97 degrees was set in 2011 and the record low temperature of 33 degrees was set in 1968. No rainfall was reported at McAllen Miller International Airport. The daily rainfall record of 0.99 inches was set in 1985.

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