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Last Map Update: Fri, Jun. 22, 2018 at 7:17:21 pm CDT

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Here a few tips on heat safety.
Heat index values may peak in the 102 to 108 degree range today. Know the signs of heat stress.
The 2018 Brazoria County Hurricane Preparedness Expo will be on June 23rd from 10 AM to 2 PM, in Angleton, TX.
We've seen a wide range of rainfall amounts across Southeast Texas this past week. Here are a sampling of reports from the area, ranging from an eighth of an inch to nearly a foot.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
Crockett18:30Clear10917559SSW 9102 [HI]29.80
Caldwell18:35Clear10947453SSW 12104 [HI]29.79
College Station18:53Clear10937556S 9105 [HI]29.78
Huntsville18:53Clear10917457S 7101 [HI]29.80
Brenham18:35Clear10947655SSE 10107 [HI]29.80
Conroe18:53Clear10927557WSW 8103 [HI]29.80
Cleveland18:55Haze5887768S 10100 [HI]29.81
Hooks Airport18:53Clear10927659S 9104 [HI]29.79
Intercontinental Airport18:53Partly Cloudy10947656SSW 8107 [HI]29.79
Houston Hobby Airport18:53Partly Cloudy10898074S 14G22106 [HI]29.80
Sugar Land18:53Mostly Clear10927761SSW 14106 [HI]29.81
Wharton18:55Partly Cloudy10877465SSE 1495 [HI]29.84
Pearland18:53Mostly Clear10887872S 15G23102 [HI]29.83
Ellington Field17:50Partly Cloudy10897562S 1699 [HI]29.84
Angleton/Lake Jackson18:53Clear10867569S 1595 [HI]29.85
Galveston18:52Mostly Clear10847882S 15G2495 [HI]29.85
Bay City18:55Partly Cloudy10867773S 1398 [HI]29.85
Palacios18:53Mostly Clear10857880S 1397 [HI]29.84

Local Weather History For June 22nd...
A tropical storm over the Caribbean recurved to the north and intensified into a Category 1 hurricane tracking across
Matagorda County near Sargent on this date in 1921. Matagorda received over 10 inches of rain and winds gusted to near
60 mph at both Houston and Galveston.