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Last Map Update: Tue, Oct. 23, 2018 at 11:45:21 pm CDT

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Mostly cloudy skies are expected with some patchy light rain toward morning. Lows will be in the upper 50's inland to the mid 60s along the coast.
A marginal risk for excessive rainfall is in effect for tomorrow into Thursday morning. The heaviest rain is expected to fall between 2 PM and 10 pm Wednesday.
1 to 2 inches of rainfall is expected across SE TX with isolated 3 to 4 inches possible.
A Small Craft Advisory remains in effect over the Gulf waters, and small craft should continue to exercise caution over both Matagorda and Galveston Bays. Additionally, a Beach Hazards Statement is in effect for strong dangerous rip currents and elevated tides along Gulf facing beaches.
Here are the five warmest, coldest and wettest Halloweens for Houston, Galveston and College Station.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Caldwell23:35Partly Cloudy10595277NE 5-30.15
College Station22:53Overcast10625372NNE 8-30.15
Conroe22:53Overcast10615889NNE 3-30.14
Hooks Airport22:53Partly Cloudy10625680NNE 5-30.12
Intercontinental Airport22:53Overcast10635883NE 6-30.12
Houston Hobby Airport22:53Mostly Cloudy10635677NE 14-30.10
Sugar Land22:53Overcast10645674NE 10-30.10
Wharton23:35Overcast10605378NNE 3-30.11
Pearland22:53Overcast10635986NE 8-30.11
Ellington Field22:50Mostly Cloudy10625577NNE 9-30.13
Angleton/Lake Jackson22:53Overcast10625886NNE 7-30.09
Galveston22:52Mostly Cloudy10646189NNE 15-30.09
Bay City23:35Overcast10625886NNE 7-30.09
Palacios23:26Mostly Cloudy10625989NNE 9-30.08

Local Weather History For October 23rd...
A tornado outbreak occurred on this date in 1997. Ten tornadoes were reported on this date across Southeast Texas
including two F-2 tornadoes. The first F-2 touched down near Lake Houston and tracked into Liberty county damaging a few
houses and a boat house. The second F-2 touched down in eastern Montgomery county and moved toward Shepherd in San
Jacinto county. An F-1 tornado produced minor damage to over 100 homes and businesses near Sugar Land.