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Last Map Update: Fri, Nov. 24, 2017 at 11:29:16 pm CST

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There are no watches, warnings, or advisories at this time.
A pleasant holiday weekend weather pattern with mainly clear skies... light northerly breezes becoming weak onshore by Friday afternoon. Daily temperatures will hover within a few degrees of late November normals. A very weak cold frontal passage over the weeekend will be dry and only have a subtle, warmth-regulating effect on early work week temperatures.
The latest Drought Monitor shows abnormally dry conditions over areas southwest of Houston. KBDI values are also increasing and several counties are near or exceeding 600. The threshold of 600 typically indicates an increase in dangerous fire weather conditions.
There are no Burn Bans in effect just yet but rainfall deficits since September 1st are now exceeding 10 inches in a few locations. Palacios has recorded it's driest Sep 1 - Nov 23 on record. Bay city recorded it's second driest period on record and Galveston and Freeport each recorded their 3rd driest period on record.
Here is the climate and weather history for this date across Southeast Texas.