Mostly cloudy early in the morning then becoming partly cloudy. Patchy fog early in the morning. A slight chance of showers and isolated thunderstorms in the morning...then a chance of showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon. Highs around 90. South winds 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 20 percent in the morning increasing to 30 percent in the afternoon.
Partly cloudy early in the evening then becoming mostly cloudy. A chance of showers and thunderstorms in the evening...then showers and thunderstorms likely after midnight. Lows in the lower 70s. Southwest winds 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 30 percent in the evening increasing to 70 percent after midnight.
Mostly cloudy early in the morning then becoming partly cloudy in the late morning and early afternoon then becoming mostly sunny late in the afternoon. Highs in the mid 80s. North winds 5 to 10 mph.
There are currently no warnings or advisories for this location.
Public Information Statement
Statement as of 6:43 am CDT on October 1, 2014
... Warmer with a mix of wetter and drier than normal conditions...
September 2014 ended slightly warmer than normal across southeast Texas. Two frontal passages brought enough rainfall to help ease the year-to-date rainfall deficits at most of the climate sites. Seven sites even ended September with above normal monthly rainfall. Even so... 9-month double digit rainfall deficits were still being experienced along the coastal counties.
None of the first-order climate sites recorded a 100-degree day in September. With the arrival of autumn on the 22nd... this means the Summer ended without a recorded 100-degree date for all four sites in 2014. Although hobby Airport and the city of Galveston record more years without a 100-degree date... 1983 was the last year that all four locations failed to reach at least 100 degrees in the same year. The following list gives the last year without a 100-degree date for the first-order climate sites.
City of Houston... ..1997 College Station... ..2004 city of Galveston... 2013 Houston hobby... ... .2010
Very dry conditions have persisted since the beginning of the year west of the Colorado River. For example... the second-order climate site at Palacios has only recorded three days since January 1st with a daily rainfall of 1 inch or more... 1.00 on March 4th... 1.06 on may 13th... and 1.29 on June 26th. The following table lists the U.S. Drought monitor indices as of September 23rd for the NWS Houston County warning and forecast area...
County U.S. Drought monitor index
Austin d-0 northwest border Burleson d-0 western border Colorado d-0 western two-thirds Jackson d-2 far southwest and d-1 central and east Matagorda d-0 far West Washington d-0 far west Wharton d-0 far west
Notes... index intensity d-0 abnormally dry d-1 moderate drought d-2 severe drought
The following is a list of some high and low extremes recorded at the first- and second-order climate sites. Note these are the last date of occurrence for each site. See The Table following this list for more details.
- Warmest daily maximum temperature... 98 at cll on the 4th - coldest daily minimum temperature... 54 at uts on the 24th - warmest daily average temperature... 88 at gls on the 4th 88 at psx on the 11th - coolest daily average temperature... 66 at cll on the 13th - highest daily rainfall... ... ... ... ..4.26 at cll on the 12th
The following table gives individual site temperature and rainfall extremes for the month measured at the first- and second-order climate stations...
September 2014 data
daily Max daily min daily average temp Max rnfall site tmp dates tmp dates Max dates min dates pcpn dates
Notes... the last date of occurrence is noted in The Table. Other dates that tied are as follows... * for high temperatures... cll - 3rd dwh - 10th psx - 3rd and 5th hgx - 3rd... 4th... 9th... and 10th