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Last Map Update: Mon, Dec. 9, 2019 at 11:00:19 am CST

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Here are the outlooks for today, tonight and Tuesday. After a warm day today (near record highs possible), a cold front will move through the area tonight through early Tuesday morning. Look for increasing rain chances beginning tonight and persisting into Tuesday. Besides becoming colder and wet, it will become breezy inland and windy at the coast/offshore behind the front.
The Seasonal Climate Outlook for SE TX favors a warmer and drier winter than climatological normals.
Daily climate information.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Caldwell10:15Mist5706687SSW 12-29.90
College Station09:53Haze5726681SW 12G18-29.88
Huntsville09:53Haze6716581SW 8-29.88
Brenham10:35Overcast7736782SW 8-29.90
Conroe09:53Overcast10736678SW 12-29.90
Cleveland10:35Overcast7736781SW 9-29.90
Hooks Airport09:53Overcast10736575SW 15G21-29.90
Intercontinental Airport10:25Overcast7766773SW 14G24-29.90
Houston Hobby Airport10:07Overcast7736987SW 8-29.90
Sugar Land09:59Overcast8727093WSW 7-29.90
Wharton10:35Overcast7746983SSW 16G23-29.91
Pearland10:37Partly Cloudy8786973SSW 10G18-29.91
Ellington Field09:50Haze7736988SSW 9-29.89
Angleton/Lake Jackson10:26Mostly Cloudy10787076S 14-29.90
Galveston09:52Mist6747190S 12-29.92
Bay City10:35Overcast10807380S 18-29.90
Palacios09:53Haze5746984SSW 10-29.89

Local Weather History For December 9th...
In 1992, strong thunderstorms moved across Harris county. Damaging winds associated with the stronger storms tore a roof
off a day care center. On this date in 1898, 5.0 inches of snow fell at College Station. Lows on the 10th fell to 11
degrees at College Station and 28 degrees at Galveston.