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Last Map Update: Sat, Feb. 24, 2018 at 4:01:20 am CST

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Tomorrow will be in the mid to upper 70s with a chance for rain and thunderstorms throughout the day. A cold front will pass through the area Saturday night into Sunday, bringing likely showers and thunderstorms through the weekend. Monday will be a pleasant and partly sunny day in the upper 60s to 70s with a light breeze.
A cold front will cross SE TX Saturday evening. The front will bring scattered showers and thunderstorms with the best chance for storms northeast of a College Station to Livingston line.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Crockett03:35Mist46666100SSE 3-30.00
Caldwell03:35Mist3/4666699SE 6-29.93
College Station03:04Mist56767100S 7-29.96
Huntsville03:27Light Rain8706893SSE 6-29.96
Brenham03:35Rain5717199SSE 8-29.95
Conroe03:26Overcast76969100SSE 7-29.96
Cleveland03:35Overcast7726888S 9-29.98
Hooks Airport02:53Overcast10737090S 8-29.98
Intercontinental Airport03:20Overcast9737090S 8-29.97
Houston Hobby Airport03:33Overcast87272100S 8-29.96
Sugar Land03:15Overcast9757084S 12-29.96
Wharton03:35Overcast7726887S 10-29.96
Pearland03:27Overcast77272100S 8-29.98
Ellington Field01:50Overcast8736988SSE 13-30.00
Angleton/Lake Jackson03:37Overcast9747087S 16-29.96
Galveston02:52Mist5717096SSE 9-30.01
Bay City03:35Mist5727196SSE 12-29.95
Palacios02:53Mist67171100SSE 15-29.95

Local Weather History For February 24th...
A weak and short lived tornado briefly touched down near Pecan Grove on this date in 1992. There were no injuries and
damage was minimal. In 1965, a band of light snow moved across the central part of Southeast Texas on the 23rd and 24th.
2.0 inches of snow fell at Livingston, 1.5 inches at New Caney and around an inch at Cleveland.