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Last Map Update: Fri, Jul. 28, 2017 at 5:44:17 am CDT

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Here is a map showing rainfall distribution over the last 30 days. There is quite a contrast from west to east across the County Warning Area. Areas to the west received a half inch of rain or less while just 60 miles to the east, rainfall over the last 309 days has totaled between 6 and 8 inches with isolated totals over 10 inches.
Heat related deaths are preventable. Protect yourself and others from the impacts of our summer heat.
A weak cold front will approach Southeast Texas on Sunday and slowly cross the region Sunday night. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will accompany the front. There won't be much of a cool down behind the front but lower humidity levels will be possible in the wake of the front next Monday and Tuesday.
With temperatures expected to drift upwards over the next several days, it's good to remind yourself about the signs of heat exhaustion and deadly heat stroke. Look for these signs in yourself and others to prevent a tragedy.
Here is the climate and weather history across Southeast Texas for July 28th.