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Last Map Update: Sun, Feb. 19, 2017 at 8:25:18 am CST

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Patchy fog and light drizzle will be possible this morning. Generally cloudy skies and more humid conditions this afternoon with high temperatures approaching 80 degrees. Southeast winds will increase to around 15 mph and gusty this afternoon.
Here is what the Texas Tech model thinks the radar will look like late tonight and through the day Monday. A line of storms with possibly some strong winds and small hail will approach a College Station to Edna line around 3 AM. This line will weaken as it moves east but it will still be capable of producing heavy rain. The Monday morning commute could be a wet and slow one. Light to moderate rain will continue through the afternoon until the upper level trough pushes east of the region.
The high temperature at Houston yesterday was 84 degrees. This is the 17th time this winter that the temperature has reached or exceeded 80 degrees this winter. The most 80 degree days in a winter is 17 days and has occurred 3 other times in city history, most recently in 1995.-1996. The forecast high for today is 80 degrees.
Here is the climate and weather history for February 19th across Southeast Texas.