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Calm Before The Storm For Southeast and East; A Brief Respite For West

Another large scale low pressure system will impact the Southeast and East, today through at least Saturday; which could disrupt travel. Hazards include heavy to excessive rain with flood concerns, severe t-storms, and perhaps some snow on the backside of the system. Meanwhile, another series of moist Pacific storms will begin to roll into the West Coast and West later today through the weekend. Read More >


Hazardous Weather Messages

For Deep South Texas, the Lower Rio Grande Valley,
and the adjacent Gulf of Mexico

NOTE: These links refer to hazardous weather text products issued by our office for our entire service area. Immediately after a hazardous weather episode ends, these links will show the most recent issuance, as well as a number of previous versions. However, after a week or so of benign conditions, data are removed from our server, and a message stating that "no records are available" will appear. This page is a one stop shop for text messages only, and best used for post event analysis immediately after an episode; for real time graphical watches and warnings, use our front page.

Tornado and Severe Thunderstorm
Tornado Warning Severe Thunderstorm Warning Severe Weather Statement Special Weather Statement/Weather Alert
Flash Flood Warning Flash Flood Statement River or Area Flood Warning Flood Statement
Flood/Flash Flood Watch River Statement River Summary Hydrologic Outlook
Gulf and Coastal
Marine Warning Marine Statement Marine Weather Message Coastal Flood/
High Surf and Tide
Fire, Winter, Other
Fire Weather Watches/
Red Flag Warnings
Non Precipitation
Winter Weather
Air Stagnation/
Air Pollution
Hazardous Weather Outlook
Civil Emergency
Civil Danger Warning HAZMAT Warning Law Enforcement Warning Local Area Emergency
Earthquake Warning Radiological Hazard Warning 9-1-1 Telephone Outage
Storm Reports/Public Information
Local Storm Reports Public Information