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Posted/updated on: March 27, 2015 at 3:29 pm   Print This Print This

WEATHER REPORT AND SUMMARY:
KTYR
VT [VALID TIME] THROUGH 03/28/2015@1000C
ISSUED: 03/27/2015 1529C

TYLER-LONGVIEW METROPOLITAN AREA FORECAST:
TONIGHT: mostly clear, low middle 40s, winds becoming easterly about 5 mph;
SATURDAY: mostly sunny, high middle 70s, south winds increasing to 10-15 mph;
SATURDAY NIGHT: mostly clear, low middle 50s, southeast winds 5-10 mph;
SUNDAY: mostly sunny, high lower 80s, breezy with south winds 10-20 mph and gusty;
SUNDAY NIGHT: mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms near morning, low near 60, south winds about 10 mph;
MONDAY: mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms, high lower 70s, south winds about 10 mph.
EXTENDED FORECAST:
MONDAY NIGHT: mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms, low upper 50s;
TUESDAY: mostly cloudy with a 40 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms, high middle 70s;
TUESDAY NIGHT: mostly cloudy with a 40 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms, low near 60;
WEDNESDAY: mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms, high middle 70s;
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms, low lower 60s;
THURSDAY: mostly cloudy, high near 80;
THURSDAY NIGHT: partly cloudy, low near 60;
FRIDAY: mostly sunny, high middle 70s.
MID-RANGE OUTLOOK FOR APRIL 4-10, 2015:
Above normal temperatures and above normal precipitation.

TYLER CLIMATE DATA FOR March 27, 2015
(The report is for the twemty hours ending at 2000 Greenwich
Mean Time, 3:00 p.m. Central Daylight-saving Time. The maximum
and minimum temperatures represent the observations during the preceding fourteen hours, and precipitation during the preceding twenty hours. The temperature and cumulative precipitation observations are made at NWS/419207, Tyler, Texas City Office, 95.3W/32.3N, 158M.
MAXIMUM 71
MINIMUM 38
PRECIPITATION 0.00
MONTH-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 8.02
YEAR-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 17.06

LONGVIEW CLIMATE DATA FOR March 27, 2015
(The report is for the twenty hours ending at 2000 Greenwich
Mean Time, 3:00 p.m. Central Daylight-saving Time. The maximum
and minimum temperatures represent observations during the preceding fourteen hours, while the precipitation represents observations during the preceding twenty hours. The observations are made at WMO/722470, Longview, Texas–East Texas Regional Airport, [94.7W/32.4N, 107M]
MAXIMUM 69
MINIMUM 38
PRECIPITATION 0.00
MONTH-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 8.24
YEAR-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 17.05

PUBLIC FORECAST EXPLANATION
ISSUED: 03/27/2015 1424C
A 1028-mb. High is centered over Northwest Kansas this afternoon, and is building southward
into the region. It has swung winds back around into the north with velocities in the 10-20 mph
range, and has lowered temperatures over the northern counties.
At early-afternoon, readings ran from the lower 60s in the north to the high 70s in the
south.
There is considerable mid- and high-level cloudiness associated with the upper air
disturbance, which is pulling the cooler air into the region.
The morning started off cold with temperatures falling into the middle 30s to lower 40s.
Tonight will again be cool, but not as cool as last night temperatures should bottom out in the
lower to middle 40s.
The high goes east of us tomorrow, winds go back southerly, and temperatures go into a
warming trend. This continues into the middle of next week.
An upper air low over North Mexico will be sending out disturbances. In addition, there
will be a couple of weak frontal boundaries and one strong front. The weak ones are Sunday
night and Tuesday night neither one of which may actually get here. Combine the disturbances
with returned moisture and the weak fronts, and we’re looking at shower chances for much of
next week.
The strong front due probably Friday may bring widespread showers and thunderstorms.
From this far out, that looks like the one system with severe potential.
Temperatures go above normal on Sunday, and look to stay there through Thursday or
Friday. RKP

CODED CITIES FORECAST–TYR
ISSUED: 03/27/2015 1523C

DAY WX TEMP POP
Saturday SUNNY 44/75 05%/00%
Sunday SUNNY 54/82 00%/05%
Monday MOSTLY CLOUDY 61/73 20%/20%


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Dr. Bob’s Weather Report and Forecast

Posted/updated on: March 27, 2015 at 3:29 pm   Print This Print This

WEATHER REPORT AND SUMMARY:
KTYR
VT [VALID TIME] THROUGH 03/28/2015@1000C
ISSUED: 03/27/2015 1529C

TYLER-LONGVIEW METROPOLITAN AREA FORECAST:
TONIGHT: mostly clear, low middle 40s, winds becoming easterly about 5 mph;
SATURDAY: mostly sunny, high middle 70s, south winds increasing to 10-15 mph;
SATURDAY NIGHT: mostly clear, low middle 50s, southeast winds 5-10 mph;
SUNDAY: mostly sunny, high lower 80s, breezy with south winds 10-20 mph and gusty;
SUNDAY NIGHT: mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms near morning, low near 60, south winds about 10 mph;
MONDAY: mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms, high lower 70s, south winds about 10 mph.
EXTENDED FORECAST:
MONDAY NIGHT: mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms, low upper 50s;
TUESDAY: mostly cloudy with a 40 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms, high middle 70s;
TUESDAY NIGHT: mostly cloudy with a 40 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms, low near 60;
WEDNESDAY: mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms, high middle 70s;
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms, low lower 60s;
THURSDAY: mostly cloudy, high near 80;
THURSDAY NIGHT: partly cloudy, low near 60;
FRIDAY: mostly sunny, high middle 70s.
MID-RANGE OUTLOOK FOR APRIL 4-10, 2015:
Above normal temperatures and above normal precipitation.

TYLER CLIMATE DATA FOR March 27, 2015
(The report is for the twemty hours ending at 2000 Greenwich
Mean Time, 3:00 p.m. Central Daylight-saving Time. The maximum
and minimum temperatures represent the observations during the preceding fourteen hours, and precipitation during the preceding twenty hours. The temperature and cumulative precipitation observations are made at NWS/419207, Tyler, Texas City Office, 95.3W/32.3N, 158M.
MAXIMUM 71
MINIMUM 38
PRECIPITATION 0.00
MONTH-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 8.02
YEAR-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 17.06

LONGVIEW CLIMATE DATA FOR March 27, 2015
(The report is for the twenty hours ending at 2000 Greenwich
Mean Time, 3:00 p.m. Central Daylight-saving Time. The maximum
and minimum temperatures represent observations during the preceding fourteen hours, while the precipitation represents observations during the preceding twenty hours. The observations are made at WMO/722470, Longview, Texas–East Texas Regional Airport, [94.7W/32.4N, 107M]
MAXIMUM 69
MINIMUM 38
PRECIPITATION 0.00
MONTH-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 8.24
YEAR-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 17.05

PUBLIC FORECAST EXPLANATION
ISSUED: 03/27/2015 1424C
A 1028-mb. High is centered over Northwest Kansas this afternoon, and is building southward
into the region. It has swung winds back around into the north with velocities in the 10-20 mph
range, and has lowered temperatures over the northern counties.
At early-afternoon, readings ran from the lower 60s in the north to the high 70s in the
south.
There is considerable mid- and high-level cloudiness associated with the upper air
disturbance, which is pulling the cooler air into the region.
The morning started off cold with temperatures falling into the middle 30s to lower 40s.
Tonight will again be cool, but not as cool as last night temperatures should bottom out in the
lower to middle 40s.
The high goes east of us tomorrow, winds go back southerly, and temperatures go into a
warming trend. This continues into the middle of next week.
An upper air low over North Mexico will be sending out disturbances. In addition, there
will be a couple of weak frontal boundaries and one strong front. The weak ones are Sunday
night and Tuesday night neither one of which may actually get here. Combine the disturbances
with returned moisture and the weak fronts, and we’re looking at shower chances for much of
next week.
The strong front due probably Friday may bring widespread showers and thunderstorms.
From this far out, that looks like the one system with severe potential.
Temperatures go above normal on Sunday, and look to stay there through Thursday or
Friday. RKP

CODED CITIES FORECAST–TYR
ISSUED: 03/27/2015 1523C

DAY WX TEMP POP
Saturday SUNNY 44/75 05%/00%
Sunday SUNNY 54/82 00%/05%
Monday MOSTLY CLOUDY 61/73 20%/20%


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