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Last Map Update: Wed, Mar. 21, 2018 at 12:03:18 am CDT

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Dry and pleasant weather on tap Wednesday with high pressure over the state sliding away to the east and allowing winds to become more southeasterly. This will in turn begin to increase the humidity across the area with afternoon temperatures back above normal by Thursday. A few sprinkles or showers may be possible this weekend while the warm weather continues through Tuesday. A chance of thunderstorms returns on Tuesday as a slow moving upper level low pressure system over northwestern Mexico edges closer.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Caldwell23:15Clear10524063NNE 6-30.07
College Station22:53Clear10553852N 5-30.06
Brenham23:15Clear10563952N 6-30.07
Hooks Airport22:53Clear10524371NW 3-30.06
Intercontinental Airport22:53Mostly Clear10583949WNW 5-30.06
Houston Hobby Airport22:53Mostly Clear10613842NW 7-30.04
Sugar Land22:53Clear10564054N 5-30.05
Ellington Field22:50Mostly Clear10603741NNW 5-30.06
Angleton/Lake Jackson22:53Clear10524268CALM-30.05
Galveston22:52Clear10664343NW 12-30.04
Bay City23:35Clear10524370CALM-30.06
Palacios22:53Clear10544161NE 10-30.05

Local Weather History For March 20th...
7.47 inches of rain fell in Houston back in 1972. The rain fell in a three hour period and parts of Buffalo and Halls
bayou came out of banks. Over 1500 homes suffered damage during the storms. In addition to the heavy rain, a weak short
lived tornado touched down east of Huffman. Two people were injured during the storm.