WEATHER REPORT AND SUMMARY:
VT [VALID TIME] THROUGH 04/26/2015@1800C
ISSUED: 04/26/2015 0750C
TYLER–CITY OFFICE OBSERVATIONS SINCE 7:00 P.M. CDT YESTERDAY:
MAXIMUM THROUGH 7:00 A.M. CDT: 84
MINIMUM THROUGH 7:00 A.M. CDT: 61
PRECIPITATION THROUGH 7:00 A.M. CDT: 0.00
LONGVIEW–AIRPORT OBSERVATIONS SINCE 7:00 P.M. CDT YESTERDAY:
MAXIMUM THROUGH 7:00 A.M. CDT: 83
MINIMUM THROUGH 7:00 A.M. CDT: 62
PRECIPITATION THROUGH 7:00 A.M. CDT: 0.00
TYLER-LONGVIEW METROPOLITAN AREA FORECAST:
TODAY: partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon, high upper 80s, south winds 10-15 mph;, severe weather risk–marginal
TONIGHT: mostly cloudy with a chance for showers and thunderstorms this evening becoming likely after midnight, low lower 60s, east winds 10-15 mph, (60 percent probability for measurable precipitation), severe risk–slight;
TOMORROW: cloudy and cooler, showers and thunderstorms likely–a few perhaps severe, high near 70, east winds 10-15 mph and gusty, (70 percent probability for measurable precipitation), severe weather risk–slight;
TOMORROW NIGHT: cloudy with showers and thunderstorms likely–a few perhaps severe, low middle 50s, north winds 5-10 mph, (70 percent probability for measurable precipitation), severe weather risk–slight;
TUESDAY: mostly cloudy with a 50 percent chance for mainly morning showers and thunderstorms, high middle 60s, north winds 10-15 mph.
TUESDAY NIGHT: partly cloudy, low upper 40s;
WEDNESDAY: partly cloudy, high near 70;
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: partly cloudy, low lower 50s;
THURSDAY: partly cloudy, high middle 70s;
THURSDAY NIGHT: mostly clear, low lower 50s;
FRIDAY: mostly sunny, high upper 70s;
FRIDAY NIGHT: mostly clear, low middle 50s;
SATURDAY: mostly sunny, high near 80.
TYLER CLIMATE DATA FOR April 25, 2015
(The report is for the twenty-four hours ending at midnight Greenwich
Mean Time, 7:00 p.m. Central Daylight-saving Time. The maximum
and minimum temperatures represent the observations during the preceding eighteen hours, and precipitation during the preceding twenty-four hours. The observations are made at NWS/419207, Tyler, Texas City Office, 95.3W/32.3N, 158M).
MONTH-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 6.85
YEAR-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 23.90
LONGVIEW CLIMATE DATA FOR April 25, 2015(The report is for the twenty-four hours ending at midnight Greenwich Mean Time, 7:00 p.m. Central Daylight-saving Time. The maximum and minimum temperatures represent the observations during the preceding eighteen hours, and precipitation during the preceding twenty-four hours. The observations are made at WMO/722470, Longview, Texas–East Texas Regional Airport, [94.7W/32.4N, 107M]).
MONTH-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 5.60
YEAR-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 22.65
REGIONAL TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION TABLE
Station Min. Max. PCPN.
Athens Municipal Airport 63 84 1.01
Bonham Texas A&M Forest Service 62 85 0.27
Clarksville Texas A&M Forest Service 60 87 0.37
Corsicana Campbell Field 66 87 0.49
*Crockett Houston County Airport 72 90 0.04
Dallas Love Field 58 88 0.75
Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport 55 87 0.60
*Edgewood Union Pacific Railway 64 87 0.01
Fort Worth Meacham Field 60 86 tr.
Gilmer Fox-Stephens Field 64 87 0.66
Greenville–Majors Field 59 88 1.04
Hallsville CWOP 68 89 0.76
Hawkins CWOP M. 87 1.07
*Henderson Rusk County Airport 65 88 0.64
Houston Hobby Airport 76 83 0.28
*Jacksonville Cherokee County Airport 68 87 0.49
Linden Texas A&M Forest Service 62 89 0.53
Longview City 69 90 0.59
Longview East Texas Regional Airport 66 87 0.79
Lufkin–Angelina County Airport 74 91 0.09
Marshall Harrison County Airport 68 89 0.50
Mount Pleasant–Regional Airport 64 M. 0.34
Nacogdoches A. L. Mangham Jr. Field 70 88 0.02
Palestine Municipal Airport 67 89 0.26
Paris Cox Field 61 82 0.23
Shreveport Regional Airport 65 89 0.58
Sulphur Springs–Municipal Airport 62 86 0.40
Terrell Municipal Airport 60 91 0.81
Texarkana Webb Field 60 86 2.45
Tyler City Office 63 88 1.76
Tyler–Pounds Field 65 87 1.34
(* Precipitation data may be reported from a nearby Forest Service
station, or from a cooperating station which reports through 7:00
# Indicates estimated data.
@ Indicates incomplete data.
? Indicates questionable data.
R indicates that a record was set or tied.
All other precipitation reporting periods are for the 24 hours
ending at 7:00 p.m. CDT; maximum and minimum temperatures are
within the eighteen hours ending at 7:00 p.m. CDT.)
PUBLIC FORECAST EXPLANATION
ISSUED: 04/26/2015 0739C
Unsettled weather is likely from tonight through Tuesday morning. A weak cold front is in
Oklahoma, a dew point front in West Texas, and an upper air low over Arizona.
To start out with, we have widespread areas of dense fog south of IH-20 this morning.
That will begin to dissipate here in an hour or so. We’ll then go out into the sunshine through the
remainder of the day, with very warm temperatures again this afternoon.
A few thunderstorms could develop because of daytime heating of the increasingly moist
air mass this afternoon. More likely is that thunderstorms will develop along the dew point front,
and move in overnight. There is a slight severe risk with these, which I think will concentrate to
Thunderstorms should continue through the day tomorrow and into Monday night, with
again a slight severe risk.
The activity should taper off on Tuesday as the upper air low goes east of the region,
followed by surface and upper air high pressure. This will dry us out give us fair skies, and cool
temperatures until the next warm-up starts at late-week.
At 7 a.m. today, skies are clear to fair outside the fog north of IH-20. Temperatures are in
the lower to middle 60s, and winds are light southerly. RKP
CODED CITIES FORECAST–TYR
ISSUED: 04/26/2015 0747C
DAY WX TEMP POP
Sunday PARTLY CLOUDY 89/63 20%/60%
Monday THUNDERSTORMS 70/55 70%/70%
Tuesday THUNDERSTORMS 63/48 50%/10%