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Month: September 2017

9/12/2017: Heat returning to Texas

9/12/2017: Heat returning to Texas

Main surface feature of interest this morning in the region is the remnant low of Hurricane Irma now positioned over the Tennessee Valley. Some high clouds from Irma are actually spreading over Northeast Texas this morning, but besides these high clouds, Irma will not bring much in terms of sensible impacts to Texas. Otherwise, surface observations show another mild morning with 60s across interior Texas, and 70s along the Gulf Coast. At the upper-levels, this morning’s 500 mb analysis shows…

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09/05/2017: First Fall Cold Front

09/05/2017: First Fall Cold Front

It has been a while (quite a while) since I have written in this blog, but I am going to try to get back into the swing of things. The main weather story here in the Lone Star State right now (other than the recovery from Hurricane Harvey) is the first fall cold front that is now passing through the state. As I write this, DFW Airport is sitting at a lovely 75/52 (i.e. temperature/dewpoint for the uninitiated) with north-northeasterly…

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