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Last Map Update: Sun, Dec. 8, 2019 at 4:24:17 pm CST

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A strong onshore flow will pump in the mositure and increase cloud cover. This will create much more mild conditions leading up to an early Tuesday cold frontal passage.
A cold front will move through Southeast Texas Monday night through early Tuesday morning. There will be a significant cool down behind this front. Here are daily expected weekly maximum temperatures for the College Station, Houston and Galveston areas.
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
Caldwell15:35Clear10735554S 16G21-29.92
College Station15:53Clear10755549S 13-29.91
Huntsville15:5310725657S 8G17-29.93
Brenham15:55Clear10745857SSW 12-29.93
Conroe15:53Overcast10706070ESE 5-29.95
Cleveland15:55Mostly Cloudy7685871SSE 3-29.97
Hooks Airport15:53Mostly Cloudy10735655SSW 8-29.94
Intercontinental Airport15:53Mostly Cloudy10735859SSE 10-29.94
Houston Hobby Airport15:53Mostly Cloudy10736063SSE 10-29.95
Sugar Land15:53Partly Cloudy10746163S 14-29.94
Wharton15:55Clear10735654S 12G17-29.96
Pearland15:53Mostly Clear10736063S 9G20-29.97
Ellington Field13:50Mostly Cloudy10715964SSE 12-29.98
Angleton/Lake Jackson15:53Mostly Cloudy10726168S 16-29.96
Galveston15:52Partly Cloudy10706378SE 8-29.97
Bay City15:55Partly Cloudy10756467S 13-29.95
Palacios15:53Clear10736268SSE 10-29.95

Local Weather History For December 8th...
A short lived cold spell occurred on this date back in 1927. Houston recorded a low of 25 degrees, Huntsville recorded a
low of 22 degrees and Brenham reported a low of 20 degrees.