WEATHER REPORT AND SUMMARY:
VT [VALID TIME] THROUGH 11/30/2015@0530C
ISSUED: 11/29/2015 1626C
TYLER-LONGVIEW METROPOLITAN AREA FORECAST:
TONIGHT: cloudy with showers, low middle 40s, northwest winds about 5 mph, (80 percent probability for measurable precipitation);
MONDAY: cloudy with a 50 percent chance for rain, high lower 50s, west winds about 5 mph;
MONDAY NIGHT: mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance for light rain in the evening, low middle 40s, northwest winds about 5 mph;
TUESDAY: mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance for light rain, high middle 50s, north winds about 5 mph;
TUESDAY NIGHT: mostly cloudy, low lower 40s, north winds about 5 mph;
WEDNESDAY: partly cloudy, high middle 50s, north winds about 5 mph.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: partly cloudy, low upper 30s;
THURSDAY: mostly sunny, high middle 50s;
THURSDAY NIGHT: mostly clear, low middle 30s;
FRIDAY: mostly sunny, high upper 50s;
FRIDAY NIGHT: mostly clear, low upper 30s;
SATURDAY: partly cloudy, high lower 60s;
SATURDAY NIGHT: partly cloudy, low lower 40s;
SUNDAY: mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance for showers, high upper 50s.
TYLER CLIMATE DATA FOR November 29, 2015
(The report is for the twenty-two hours ending at 2200 Greenwich
Mean Time, 4:00 p.m. Central Standard Time. The maximum
and minimum temperatures represent the observations during the preceding sixteen hours, and precipitation during the preceding twenty-two hours. The observations are made at NWS/419207, Tyler, Texas City Office, 95.3W/32.3N, 158M).
MONTH-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 8.83
YEAR-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 63.48
LONGVIEW CLIMATE DATA FOR November 29, 2015
(The report is for the twenty-two hours ending at 2200 Greenwich Mean Time, 4:00 p.m. Central Standard Time. The maximum and minimum temperatures represent the observations during the preceeding sixteen hours, and precipitation during the preceding twenty-two hours. The observations are made at WMO/722470, Longview, Texas–East Texas Regional Airport, [94.7W/32.4N, 107M]).
MONTH-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 10.84
YEAR-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 61.00
PUBLIC FORECAST EXPLANATION
ISSUED: 11/29/2015 1617C
Though occasional light rain should continue into Tuesday, most of the rain has already fallen.
Storm totals in Smith County are between two and three inches, and between 1.5 and 2.5 inches
in Gregg County. In the tier of counties immediately to our west and north Van Zandt through
Rains, Wood, and Upshur, amounts have run between three and five inches.
The last significant moisture plume and its associated upper air energy has moved off to
our east. A weak Pacific cold front will come through on Monday. Southwest flow aloft will
continue through Tuesday with yet another disturbance, and so the light rain chances persist
through that time.
We should see seasonably cool and dry weather under high pressure due in the latter half
of the week.
Another storm system is due into the area around the 7th.
At 4 p.m. today, skies are cloudy with patches of light rain. Temperatures are running
from the middle 40s to lower 50s, and winds are light to near calm. RKP
CODED CITIES FORECAST–TYR
ISSUED: 11/29/2015 1625C
DAY WX TEMP POP
Monday SHOWERS 46/53 80%/50%
Tuesday MOSTLY CLOUDY 44/55 30%/20%
Wednesday PARTLY CLOUDY 42/56 10%/10%