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Last Map Update: Wed, Oct. 16, 2019 at 5:26:15 pm CDT

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Rain chances will be slowly shifting to the south and ending this morning as the cold front moves offshore. A cooler and slightly drier air mass will be moving into the region today with some clearing possible over the north. However, clouds could stick around over much of SE TX through tonight.
Within the NWS Houston/Galveston forecast area, the U.S. Drought Monitor has expanded or escalated the drought conditions from severe to extreme (D2 to D3) for portions of Washington, Burleson, Brazos, Madison, and Grimes counties and from moderate to severe (D1 to D2) in portions of Montgomery and Houston counties. Moderate Drought conditions (D1) continue through portions of Colorado, Wharton, Austin, Waller, Harris, San Jacinto, Trinity counties. Unfortunately there have been no further drought improvements across the rest of the region. The impacts below are still valid and additional impacts will be updated as needed.
Daily climate information.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Caldwell17:15Clear10664545N 8-30.07
College Station16:53Partly Cloudy10694846N 13-30.07
Huntsville16:53Clear10695254N 6-30.06
Brenham17:15Overcast10695255N 9G16-30.05
Conroe17:04Overcast10665772NNE 5-30.04
Cleveland16:55Overcast10666185NNE 3-30.05
Hooks Airport16:53Overcast10665567N 13-30.03
Intercontinental Airport16:53Overcast7686075N 15G23-30.01
Houston Hobby Airport17:17Overcast10676284N 10-30.00
Sugar Land16:53Overcast10666183N 12-30.02
Wharton17:15Overcast10655568N 13-30.01
Pearland16:53Overcast10676284N 16G23-30.01
Ellington Field15:50Mist2666288NNW 12-30.01
Angleton/Lake Jackson17:14Light Rain \ Mist3656393N 14-29.99
Galveston16:52Mist5686796N 21G29-29.99
Bay City17:15Overcast10676490N 15G20-29.99
Palacios16:53Overcast10665978N 14G23-29.99

Local Weather History For October 16th...
2006 was one of the wettest Octobers on record and another heavy rain event occurred on this date. Angleton received
8.12 inches of rain in three hours. Over 115 homes were flooded in Brazoria county. Parts of southern Harris county also
received heavy rain with Houston Hobby reporting 6.96 inches of rain. Four deaths were attributed to the flooding. High
winds also uprooted trees in Hitchcock and damaged several mobile homes.