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Dual Pol Upgrade continues at HGX
December Graphical Climate Summary
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Dry conditions ease toward the end of December 2012
2013 Off to a Wet Start
U.S. Tornadoes of 2012
Flood and Flash Flood Safety Information
2012 was Galveston's warmest year on record
2012 was Houston's warmest year on record
New Year's Day Climatology
Christmas Day Climatology
Extreme Weather 2012
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November Graphical Climate Summary
November another dry month
Updated U.S. Winter Outlook for 2012-13
Busy 2012 Hurricane Season comes to an end
October Graphical Climate Summary
Remembering the November 21st 1992 Tornado Outbreak
Texas Winter Weather Awareness Day is Wednesday, November 14th.
Dry Conditions Develop in October
Galveston County is now StormReady
Check out our Halloween Climatology Page
Elusive El Nino challenges NOAA's 2012 U.S. Winter Outlook
We need your feedback! Take our weather survey
September Graphical Climate Summary
September Climate Summary
Here is the NHC Tropical Weather Summary for September
August Climate Article
Hurricane Rita made landfall on September 24th, 2005
Significant Climate Anomalies and Events for August
2012 on track to be the warmest year on record for Houston
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Hurricane Ike landfall - September 13, 2008
Hurricane Carla landfall - September 11, 1961
August 2012 one of the warmest Augusts on record across SE TX
Here is NHC's Tropical Weather Summary for August
...and then Andrew made landfall again into Louisiana.
As the song goes...it was 20 years ago today... Hurricane Andrew made landfall into south Florida.
BUFKIT data files for WFO Houston/Galveston area available on our Model page.
Here is our July climate summary
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July 21 Severe Weather Reports
Updated Rainfall Totals
Here are some updated rainfall totals covering the past several days
Heavy Rainfall across southeast Texas
Here is our June 2012 Climate Summary
Temporary Link for Forecast Discussion
June 26 Severe Weather Reports
Lightning Safety Awareness Week is June 24-30
Tropical Storm Debby
Our 2012 Hurricane Workshop Booklet is now available
2012 Remains the Warmest Year to Date on Record
Hurricane Town Meeting Calendar: Pearland on Thursday (6/21) at 6 PM.
Hurricane Town Meeting Calendar: Bay City Saturday morning (6/16)
Hurricane Town Meeting Calendar: Freeport Thursday evening (6/14)
Preliminary Local Storm Report from Tuesday's Severe Weather
Check us out on Twitter @NWSHouston
Tropical Storm Allison made landfall eleven years ago this week
Multimedia Weather Briefing for Wednesday thru Friday (6th-8th)
Tropical Storm Allison made landfall eleven years ago today
Houston/Galveston Hurricane Workshop this Saturday (June 9th)
Rip Current Awareness Week is June 3-9
Here is our May 2012 Climate Summary
Severe Weather Reports for Thursday, May 31
Galveston and Seabrook Hurricane Town Meetings this Wednesday (May 30th)
Hurricane Preparedness Week is May 27-June 2
NOAA has released their outlook for the 2012 Hurricane Season
Comparing 2012 to 2011 Rainfall - Warm Start to 2012
Comparing 2012 to 2011 Rainfall - Warm Start to 2012
National Safe Boating Week is May 19-25
Weimar May 10th EF2 Tornado Information
Parts of Southeast Texas received heavy rains Friday night. How much did you get?
Weather.gov - Preview the new webpage
Air Quality Awareness Week is April 30 - May 4
NOAA news for Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary
National Severe Weather Preparedness Week is April 22-28
Here are our local storm reports for April 20th
Irene retired from list of Atlantic Basin storm names
View latest Skywarn spotter training schedule here
Here are our local storm reports for April 4th
March Climate - Warm and Wet
Join the CoCoRaHS Network!
Here is a preliminary summary of Tuesday's storms (3/20)
Wet start to 2012
Here is our most recent Drought Information Statement (3/15)
Check out the latest Multimedia Weather Briefing
Here is our February Climate Summary
Flood Safety Awareness Week is March 12-16
Here is a look back at rainfall so far this year
Severe Weather Awareness Week is Feb. 19-25
Valentine's Day Climate Data is here
See the latest river/creek warnings and statements
Here is our Preliminary Storm Report for Wednesday's (1/25) severe weather
***Skywarn Storm Spotter Training schedule for Today (1/26) cancelled. ***
SKYWARN spotter training class scheduled for Thursday (1/26) cancelled.
2011: A Year of Climate Extremes - UPDATE
UPDATED 1/16/2012 - January 9, 2012 Severe Weather reports and tornado survey information.
Climate Summary for 2011
Check out the New Year's Climate Data
Extreme Weather 2011: A Year for the Record Books
Here is our November Climate Summary
Active 2011 hurricane season comes to an end
SKYWARN Recognition Day is Saturday, December 3rd
Here are the results of some storm surveys from Tuesday's severe weather.
National EAS Test Wednesday Nov. 9th at 1 pm
Here is the October Tropical Weather Summary from the NHC
Newest environmental satellite successfully launched!
Here is some SE TX Climate Data for Halloween
NOAA Winter Outlook Released; La Nina Expected To Persist Through Winter 2011-2012
Summer 2011 was Houston's All-Time Hottest Summer
September 2011 was one of the warmest Septembers on record
La Nina is back!
September 8th was the anniversary of the 1900 Galveston Hurricane
Today is anniversary of Alicia landfall in 1983. Click link to read more.
On this date, August 18, 1983, Hurricane Alicia made landfall near Galveston, TX.
Heat Advisory in Effect Through Sunday
NOAA's Atlantic hurricane season update calls for increase in named storms
Here is our July 2011 Climate Summary
Heat Can Kill!
Here is our Local Statement for TS Don
Here is our Graphical Hazards Page for TS Don
Get the latest information on Tropical Storm Don
Texas Heat is Deadly - Beat the Heat, Check the Backseat!
Here is some information about the new climate normals
Check out our Independence Day Climate Data
How Hot Have June 2011 High Temperatures Been So Far?
Remembering Tropical Storm Allison Ten Years Later
First Week of June a Sizzler
2011 Hurricane Workshop is Today - June 4th
Here is our May 2011 Climate Summary
Here is our May 2011 Climate Summary
Hurricane Season has begun!
Here are the latest Local Storm Reports from May 25/26.
Storm Signals for Hurricane Workshop is now available
National Safe Boating Week is May 21-27
National Hurricane Preparedness Week is May 22-28
Lower Mississippi River Flooding Forecast Map
April 2011 the driest and warmest on record? See our information statement here!
Air Quality Awareness Week is May 2-6
Record April Heat Continues
Here are some of our upcoming Hurricane Preparedness Meetings
Here is our most recent Drought Information Statement (Apr. 14)
Tsunami Awareness Week March 20-26
Two Tropical Cyclone Names Retired from List of Atlantic Storms
Tsunami Awareness Week is March 20-26
Here is the latest Drought Information Statement (March 3rd)
Here is the February 2011 Climate Summary
Drought Information Statement (Feb. 20)
Early February Freeze Information
What Weather Might the Area See on Valentine's Day?
Click Here for a Wind Chill Chart.
Persistent Drought To Linger Across Southern United States.
Here is our latest Drought Information Statement (Jan. 3).
The Fall/Winter issue of Storm Signals is now available.
Here is our Climate Summary for 2010.
Here is the November 2010 Climate Summary.
NOAA's Winter Outlook: Warmer and Drier
Here is an updated Drought Information Statement from October 21.
Here is an updated Drought Information Statement from October 15.
Here is our Drought Information Statement from October 7th
NOAA Provides Easy Access to Historical Atlantic Hurricane Tracks
Are there any southeast Texas counties under an outdoor burn ban?
Get the latest on the tropics from the National Hurricane Center
2010 Tied with 1998 as Warmest Global Temperature on Record
September 8th marked the anniversary of The Great Galveston Hurricane of 1900.
Check out the latest information from the NHC on TS Hermine.
August 2010 - Hottest on record for College Station, Houston, and Galveston. Check out the details here!
August 2010 Heatwave
July Climate Summary is available here.
Here is the latest information on Bonnie.
Get the latest information on Tropical Depression Two
Heavy Rain Event Coming to an End
Get the latest information and forecasts from NHC on ALEX.
Latest NOAA update on Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
Hurricanes and the Oil Spill: NOAA's Fact Sheet
Our Summer 2010 edition of Storm Signals is available
May climate summary now available
Check out NOAA's forecast for the 2010 Hurricane Season.
Are you ready? Hurricane Preparedness Meetings are here.
Safe Boating Week is May 22-28
Hurricane Preparedness Week is May 23-29
New edition of "Storm Signals" is available now.
Latest NOAA Update on the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
Here is the April Climate Summary.
Find more Air Quality Awareness Week information here.
New NOAA satellite is ready for the upcoming hurricane season.
U.S. Averaged Warmer-than-Normal, Drier-than-Normal in March.
2010 Hurricane Workshop coming June 19th.
Check out the St. Patrick's Day Climate for SE Texas.
Flood Safety Awareness week is March 15th through the 19th.
February 2010 One of the Coldest on Record.
Here are Tuesday's (February 23rd) snowfall totals.
Texas Severe Weather Awareness Week is Feb. 21-27.
Snowfall totals for SE Texas from February 11-12, 2010
NWS Recognizes Texas A&M as StormReady
January 2010 Climate Summary is now available
January 2009 Climate Summary is now available
The 2010 cold snap ranks as one of the coldest on record.
View upcoming SKYWARN classes here.
Here are some winter weather safety tips - the 4 Ps.
WindChill Chart and Calculator
Protect Your Pipes During Freezing Weather (from The Red Cross)
Here is information on the Southeast Texas cold snaps over the last 20 years.
Here's our take on the more memorable weather events of the past decade. Did we miss any?
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