Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Sep. 27 16

Brittmoore, near I-10, Houston, TX, early afternoon.
Brittmoore, near I-10, Houston, TX, late afternoon.
Memorial and Dairy Ashford, Houston, TX, late evening.

Notes:  The day was warm with cool winds in the morning. The air also felt dry. The sky was cloudy to mostly cloudy during the morning, afternoon, evening, and night. There were a few isolated showers and maybe thunderstorms in and near Houston, TX, during the morning, afternoon, evening, and maybe night hours. As I saw on the radar. I didn't hear about any flood, or damage reports from them. It was the first day of the fall season that I thought about wearing a sweater. I didn't, but I might start leaving some extra jackets and sweaters in my car just in case.

FXUS64 KHGX 280241

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Houston/Galveston TX
941 PM CDT Tue Sep 27 2016

We are right on track for our first cool night of the fall season with
overnight low temperatures falling into the 60s at almost all inland
locations (sorry beaches, you`ll probably be staying in the 70s). These
cool nights (and less humid days) look to last through the end of the
week and on through the upcoming weekend. Enjoy!  42


VFR. High pressure nudging its way into the region from the west,
with drier air advecting in from the north, will aid in clearing
out skies over the next several hours. A light northerly breeze
that will oscillate from NE to NW through Wednesday. 31


May see an isolated, short lived, cell or two pop up south of I-10
in the late aftn or early evening hours. Otherwise look for a dry
night, a mix of cloudiness and overnight lows in the 60s for good
portion of the area.

Frontal zone & coastal trof should remain well off the coast
tomorrow. Expect a bit more sun to emerge so afternoon readings
should be a touch higher than todays.

A reinforcing surge of dry air will push thru SE Tx and off the coast
on Thurs. This will lead to a stretch of several pleasant early
fall-like days...lasting thru the weekend into early next week
as low/mid level ridging remains in control.

A slow modifying/moistening trend resumes early & middle parts of
next week as onshore winds resume and slowly transport Gulf
moisture back into the region. 47

The frontal boundary was located about 20 nm off the coast at 2:30
PM. Showers and isolated thunderstorms will continue to be possible
along and south of the dissipating frontal zone through Wednesday.
Behind the front surface high pressure will build over the land
areas tonight and Wednesday. The light wind regime and afternoon
heating should help a seabreeze to develop and move inland on
Wednesday. A reinforcing front is then expected to move off the
coast during the morning on Thursday.  40

A drier airmass will filter across Southeast Texas on Wednesday. A
seabreeze is expected to develop and affect the coastal counties
during Wednesday afternoon. Minimum relative humidity values could
fall to between 30 and 35 percent Wednesday afternoon along and
north of a line from Groveton to Huntsville to Bellville. A second
cold front will help reinforce the dry airmass on Thursday. Some
modification of the airmass is then expected to start on Friday as
the surface winds become more easterly.  40


College Station (CLL)      64  87  64  83  59 /   0   0   0   0   0
Houston (IAH)              67  87  66  87  61 /   0   0   0   0   0
Galveston (GLS)            75  86  76  87  72 /  10   0   0   0   0




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