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Another warm day is on tap today with scattered showers and thudnerstorms. A few of the stronger thunderstorms could produce locally heavy rainfall and gusty winds this afternoon.
Tonight will be humid with patchy fog under partly cloudy skies. Low temperatures will range from near 70 inland to the mid to upper 70s along the coast. Isolated showers will be possible right along the coast.
Showers and thunderstorms likely across the region today, with coverage increasing through the afternoon hours. Stronger storms could yield locally heavy downpours, and frequent lightning and gusty winds can be anticipated. Remember, when thunder roars go indoors!
A Hurricane Meeting for the Kemah and Clear Lake Shores area will held Wednesday evening.
A Hurricane Meeting for the Nassau Bay area will be held on Thursday evening.
This week is Texas Flood Awareness Week!! We will cover a variety of different topics related to flooding such as preparedness information & safety tips, flooding resources, and even past historical floods! Check out our Facebook and Twitter pages all week for more information!
Abnormally dry and moderate drought conditions are still present in Colorado, Wharton, Jackson, Matagorda, and Brazoria counties. Overall, roughly 13% of SE TX is experiencing drought, with only 3% area under moderate drought criteria.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Crockett11:10Light Rain10846962CALM-30.11
Caldwell11:35Lightning Observed10827167ENE 3-30.06
College Station10:53Mostly Clear10827066SSE 6-30.07
Huntsville10:53Mostly Clear10847062CALM-30.07
Brenham11:35Thunder In The Vicinity \ Lightning Observed10857060CALM-30.06
Conroe10:53Lightning Observed10847369E 6-30.06
Cleveland11:35Lightning Observed10856856CALM-30.06
Hooks Airport11:04Thunder In The Vicinity \ Lightning Observed10867365ENE 593 [HI]30.05
Intercontinental Airport11:24Light Rain With Thunder \ Cumulonimbus Clouds, Lightning Observed7716993SSE 9-30.06
Houston Hobby Airport10:53Cumulonimbus Clouds, Lightning Observed10757290NE 3-30.05
Sugar Land11:16Lightning Observed10867263ENE 1892 [HI]30.03
Wharton11:35Light Rain With Thunder In The Vicinity \ Lightning Observed10796357SE 13-30.04
Pearland10:53Lightning Observed10777181ENE 5-30.06
Ellington Field10:50Thunder \ Cumulonimbus Clouds, Lightning Observed10757394E 5-30.07
Angleton/Lake Jackson11:29Light Rain With Thunder \ Lightning Observed7747087N 16G21-30.03
Galveston10:52Lightning Observed10827579ESE 13-30.05
Bay City10:52Mostly Cloudy10827579ESE 13-30.05
Palacios10:5210827579ESE 13-30.05

Local Weather History For May 23rd...
A wet microburst descended on the town of Sealy with 80 to 100 mph winds knocking down trees and powerlines. There was
significant damage to buidlings across the Sealy area and 20 students were slightly injured by flying debris while
attending a function at Sealy High School. On this date in 1892, a late season surge of cool weather filtered into
Southeast Texas. Early morning lows were in the lower and middle 40s. Houston reported a low temperature of 45 degrees
and this is latest time of the year that temperatures have ever fallen into the 40s. On this date in 1898, Huntsville
received over 5 inches of rain.