Dr. Bob Peters Weather
Dr. Bob’s Weather Report and Forecast
WEATHER REPORT AND SUMMARY:
VT [VALID TIME] THROUGH 04/26/2015@1000C
ISSUED: 04/25/2015 1632C
TYLER-LONGVIEW METROPOLITAN AREA FORECAST:
TONIGHT: mostly clear, low middle 60s, south winds about 10 mph;
SUNDAY: partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon, high upper 80s, south winds about 10 mph;, severe weather risk–marginal
SUNDAY NIGHT: mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms, low lower 60s, east winds about 10 mph, severe risk–slight;
MONDAY: cloudy and cooler, a 50 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms–a few perhaps severe, high middle 70s, east winds 10-15 mph and gusty, severe weather risk–slight;
MONDAY NIGHT: cloudy with showers and thunderstorms likely–a few perhaps severe and with heavy rainfall possible, low middle 50s, northeast winds 5-10 mph, (60 percent probability for measurable precipitation), severe weather risk–slight;
TUESDAY: mostly cloudy with showers and thunderstorms likely, high middle 60s, north winds 10-15 mph, (60 percent probability for measurable precipitation).
TUESDAY NIGHT: mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms, low upper 40s;
WEDNESDAY: partly cloudy, high near 70;
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: partly cloudy, low lower 70s;
THURSDAY: partly cloudy, high middle 70s;
THURSDAY NIGHT: mostly clear, low middle 50s;
FRIDAY: mostly sunny, high upper 70s;
FRIDAY NIGHT: mostly clear, low middle 50s;
SATURDAY: mostly sunny, high upper 70s.
TYLER CLIMATE DATA FOR April 25, 2015
(The report is for the twenty-one hours ending at 2100 Greenwich
Mean Time, 4:00 p.m. Central Daylight-saving Time. The maximum
and minimum temperatures represent the observations during the preceding fifteen hours, and precipitation during the preceding twenty-one hours. The temperature and cumulative precipitation 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-one hours ending at 2100 Greenwich Mean Time, 4:00 p.m. Central Daylight-saving Time. The maximum and minimum temperatures represent observations during the preceding fifteen hours, while the precipitation represents observations during the preceding twenty-one 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
PUBLIC FORECAST EXPLANATION
ISSUED: 04/25/2015 1614C
Remnant energy from yesterday’s upper air storm system has caused showers today over the area,
but coverage has been spotty, and amounts under one-fourth inch. Amounts with the storm
system were between one and four inches, increasing from south to north.
Skies are sunny this afternoon. The dry air combined with full sun to bring temperatures
well into the 80s this afternoon, with a repeat forecast for Sunday. In fact, the first area station
reached 90 this afternoon, and more may join the club on Sunday.
A cold front eases in from the northeast tomorrow night with another crossing storm
system. This will return rain and thunderstorms with a severe risk and also the threat for heavy
That system will only affect us for about 36 hours compared with the 72 hours of the
most recent one.
At mid- and late-week, surface and upper air high pressure builds in. This gives us at
least four days of dry weather with below normal temperatures. The string might actually run
into the week of May 3.
At 4 p.m. today, winds are southerly at 10-15 mph. The boundary layer stronger winds
did not mix down, so conditions for the wind advisory failed to develop. RKP
CODED CITIES FORECAST–TYR
ISSUED: 04/25/2015 1624C
DAY WX TEMP POP
Sunday PARTLY CLOUDY 64/89 00%/20%
Monday THUNDERSTORMS 63/75 30%/50%
Tuesday THUNDERSTORMS 56/65 60%/60%