Daily Archives: December 15, 2012

Storms likely in Southeast Texas Sunday Morning

Above average temperatures will continue through Sunday even with a weak surface boundary moving through the southern part of Texas during the day. This boundary will help spark showers and thunderstorms overnight tonight into the morning hours on Sunday across Southeast Texas. Activity will move off the coast and generally be done by early afternoon. A chance for light rain will continue into the evening hours Sunday across Southeast Texas. Very strong wind shear aloft could allow for a few strong storms with frequent lightning and gusty winds, but severe weather is not going to be a big concern. However, a brief tornado could occur if a discrete thunderstorms is able to tap into the instability and wind shear. That threat, however, is not a significant one. We’ll be up tonight keeping an eye to the sky and will let you know if there are any changes to our thinking.

4 KM NAM: Simulated radar at 9 AM Sunday4 KM NAM: Simulated radar at 9 AM Sunday

4 KM NAM: Simulated radar at 9 AM Sunday4 KM NAM: Simulated radar at 9 AM Sunday

0Z NAM: Precipitation totals for Sunday

0Z NAM: Precipitation totals for Sunday

Issue with Past Blog Posts

Hello Everyone,

A addition to the website malfunctioned overnight and ended up adding several thousand random pieces of text into the previous blog posts. I’ll be working to remove all these additions, but with over 700 blog posts and thousands of bad text, it’s going to take a while. This issue will not affect any new posts.

Trust me when I say I’m sorry about the issue.

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