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Last Map Update: Wed, Oct. 23, 2019 at 6:09:15 am CDT

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Sunny and seasonal.
Here is the temperature outlook for tonight.
Forecast uncertainty this weekend.
There will be a Skywarn Spotter class on Wednesday (October 23rd) in Richmond. Start time is 630 PM. Please register for this free training class.
Within the NWS Houston/Galveston forecast area, the U.S. Drought Monitor has escalated drought conditions from severe to extreme (D2 to D3) for portions of Jackson County. For the latest Drought Information Statement, please reference the following link:
Here is some rainfall information for our four main climate sites.
Daily climate information.

 Current Weather Observations...
Location Time
Weather Vsby.
Wind Chill / Heat Index
College Station05:53Clear10564464CALM-30.10
Huntsville05:53Clear10614045ESE 3-30.11
Hooks Airport05:53Clear10504686CALM-30.11
Intercontinental Airport05:53Clear10554877CALM-30.11
Houston Hobby Airport05:53Clear10615375CALM-30.10
Sugar Land05:53Clear10595277NE 3-30.10
Ellington Field04:50Clear10605067CALM-30.08
Angleton/Lake Jackson05:53Clear10565493NNE 3-30.09
Galveston05:52Clear10735349ESE 13-30.10
Bay City05:55Clear10575593NE 5-30.08
Palacios05:53Clear10575283NNE 5-30.08

Local Weather History For October 23rd...
A tornado outbreak occurred on this date in 1997. Ten tornadoes were reported on this date across Southeast Texas
including two F-2 tornadoes. The first F-2 touched down near Lake Houston and tracked into Liberty county damaging a few
houses and a boat house. The second F-2 touched down in eastern Montgomery county and moved toward Shepherd in San
Jacinto county. An F-1 tornado produced minor damage to over 100 homes and businesses near Sugar Land.