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Here is a look at the forecast through Thursday. Showers and thunderstorms remain in the forecast, with high temperatures topping out in the low to upper 90s, with light to moderate onshore flow.
Showers and thunderstorms will be possible today, with a better chance along and south of I-10. Showers this morning are already developing along the coast and across the Gulf waters. This activity will spread inland towards Houston through the late morning hours and into the afternoon. Activity should end late in the afternoon with the loss of heating.
In this week's USDM drought update, abnormally dry conditions have continued to expand across much of the region. Jackson County is now experiencing D1 moderate drought. Roughly 37% of SE TX is under drought conditions and many counties have burn bans in effect.
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 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Caldwell13:15Mostly Cloudy10927456E 6102 [HI]29.99
College Station12:53Clear10927354W 6101 [HI]30.00
Huntsville12:53Mostly Cloudy10937352CALM102 [HI]29.99
Brenham13:15Mostly Cloudy10947451CALM104 [HI]29.98
Conroe12:53Mostly Clear10927557VRB 5103 [HI]29.99
Cleveland13:15Partly Cloudy7897871CALM103 [HI]29.98
Hooks Airport12:53Clear10917457VRB 5101 [HI]29.98
Intercontinental Airport12:53Partly Cloudy10947249VRB 3102 [HI]29.97
Houston Hobby Airport12:53Partly Cloudy10927455NW 3102 [HI]29.96
Sugar Land12:53Clear10947758NW 7109 [HI]29.96
Wharton13:15Partly Cloudy10936844CALM98 [HI]29.98
Pearland12:53Mostly Cloudy10927455N 3102 [HI]29.98
Ellington Field12:50Mostly Cloudy10917355N 3100 [HI]29.96
Angleton/Lake Jackson12:53Partly Cloudy10927455WNW 8102 [HI]29.97
Galveston12:52Partly Cloudy10927761VRB 3106 [HI]29.98
Bay City13:15Mostly Cloudy10947757WSW 5108 [HI]29.97
Palacios12:53Mostly Clear10897461SSW 798 [HI]29.98

Local Weather History For August 15th...
The summer of 2010 was warm but especially so at night. Overnight lows failed to fall below 80 degrees on numerous
occasions. On this date in 2010, Palacios recorded an overnight low of 86 degrees, Galveston recorded a low of 84
degrees and College Station recorded a low of 80 degrees. All three values were record high minimums for the day. In
2002, an upper level low pressure system coupled with deep tropical moisture produced widespread heavy rain across the
eastern half of Southeast Texas. Widespread flooding was reported in Grimes, Waller, Brazoria, Harris and Galveston
counties. Alvin received 11.77 inches of rain on this date and the city of Galveston recorded 11.46 inches of rain on
this day which is a daily and monthly record.