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Austin/San Antonio WFO Aviation Weather Forecasts

Click stations to get METAR observations and TAF forecasts (if available). Flight Categories: VFR=GreenVFR   MVFR=BlueMVFR   IFR=RedIFR   LIFR=PurpleLIFR



Hourly and special weather reports are available as METAR text data from ASOS equipment owned and maintained by the NWS/FAA/DoD or third-party AWOS equipment owned and maintained by the FAA, DoD, TxDOT, and local public/private organizations at airports across the region. While ASOS equipment has a standard configuration, AWOS equipment has a wide variety of sensor options. Most of the airport weather stations can be found on the FAA map of station configurations.

Austin/San Antonio Weather Forecast Office (WFO)

The NWS Austin/San Antonio WFO (EWX) in New Braunfels, TX is responsible for the Terminal Aerodrome Forecasts (TAFs) at four local airports in South Central Texas. These routine forecasts are issued by 00Z, 06Z, 12Z, and 18Z, with amendments as needed. See map of local TAFs.



Austin/San Antonio WFO (EWX) also issues an Airport Weather Warning (AWW) at Austin Bergstrom International (AUS) or San Antonio International (SAT) when ground weather conditions warrant, such as lightning in the vicinity.

No current Airport Weather Warning (AWW) for Austin Bergstrom International Airport (AUS).

No current Airport Weather Warning (AWW) for San Antonio International Airport (SAT).

Houston Center Weather Service Unit (CWSU)

The NWS Houston CWSU (ZHU) at the FAA Air Route Traffic Control Center (ARTCC) in Houston, TX is responsible for aviation weather forecasts for the airspace above South Texas, southern Louisiana, southern Mississippi, Southwest Alabama and the northwest Gulf of Mexico.

Aviation Weather Center (AWC)

The NWS Aviation Weather Center (AWC) in Kansas City, MO produces national forecasts such as AIRMETs and SIGMETs for the CONUS.

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