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Last Map Update: Fri, Sep. 30, 2016 at 3:24:16 pm CDT

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Cool temperatures were observed across much of Southeast Texas and temperatures had fallen into the lower and middle 50's over much of the region. The coolest spot was Conroe with a value of 51 degrees.
The hydrologic water year ends on September 30th and some of the rainfall values across Southeast Texas rivaled last years excessive totals. parts of the region received between 80 and 100 inches of rain over the last 12 months. baytown and Liberty led the way with over 90 inches of rain. Other notable totals include 77.33 inches at Houston, 69.21 inches at Houston Hobby, 61.48 inches at Galveston and 61.06 inches at College Station.
September is about to end and the month was unseasonably warm. Although there is still one day to go and this morning's low temperature will likely lower the monthly average, it appears that September 2016 will rank as one of the top five warmest Septembers on record. Overnight low temperatures were well above normal and a mid month mini-heatwave fueled the warmer temperatures.
Here is the climate information for Friday, September 30th.