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Dr. Bob’s Weather Report and Forecast

Posted/updated on: February 1, 2015 at 4:24 pm   Print This Print This

WEATHER REPORT AND SUMMARY:
KTYR
VT [VALID TIME] THROUGH 02/02/2015@0530C
ISSUED: 02/01/2015 1624C

TYLER-LONGVIEW METROPOLITAN AREA FORECAST:
WIND ADVISORY THROUGH 4:00 A.M. CST MONDAY!
TONIGHT: partly cloudy, colder and windy, low upper 20s, northwest winds 15-20 mph and gusty;
MONDAY: mostly sunny and chilly, high lower 40s, north winds 10-15 mph diminishing during the afternoon;
MONDAY NIGHT: mostly clear and cold again, low upper 20s, light winds becoming southeasterly by morning;
TUESDAY: partly cloudy and warmer, high lower 50s, south winds about 10 mph;
TUESDAY NIGHT: mostly cloudy and not as cold, a 20 percent chance for light rain, low upper 30s, south winds about 10 mph;
WEDNESDAY: mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance for light rain, high middle 50s, south winds 10-15 mph.
EXTENDED FORECAST:
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: cloudy with a 20 percent chance for light rain, low lower 40s;
THURSDAY: decreasing cloudiness with a 20 percent chance for light rain in the morning, breezy and cool, high upper 40s;
THURSDAY NIGHT: clearing, low near 30;
FRIDAY: mostly sunny, high lower 50s;
FRIDAY NIGHT: mostly clear, low middle 30s;
SATURDAY: mostly sunny, high lower 60s;
SATURDAY NIGHT: mostly clear, low middle 40s;
SUNDAY: partly cloudy, high middle 60s.

TYLER CLIMATE DATA FOR February 1, 2015
(The report is for the 21 hours ending at 2100 Greenwich
Mean Time, 3:00 p.m. Central Standard 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.
MAXIMUM 65MINIMUM 54
PRECIPITATION 0.24
MONTH-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 0.24
YEAR-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 5.55

LONGVIEW CLIMATE DATA FOR February 1, 2015
(The report is for the 21 hours ending at 2100 Greenwich
Mean Time, 3:00 p.m. Central Standard 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]
MAXIMUM 68
MINIMUM 55
PRECIPITATION 0.17
MONTH-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 0.17
YEAR-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 5.59

PUBLIC FORECAST EXPLANATION
ISSUED: 02/01/2015 1614C
The cold front passed through Tyler around noon today, and by 3 p.m. had reached a
Nacogdoches-Giddings-Laredo line. Cloudiness trailed the front by about 100 miles, and its
western extend was Gilmer-Corsicana-Fredricksburg at the same hour.
We will be clearing out from northwest to southeast, with virtually the entire area likely
clear just after nightfall.
The other concern is the tight pressure gradient between the 1038-mb. High over
Northwest Minnesota and the 1005-mb pressure in the frontal trough. This has resulted in strong
northwest winds, which will go below advisory criteria some time after midnight, and go to
under 10 mph by tomorrow afternoon.
With the continued cold air advection, Monday will be a chilly day and breezy during the
morning.
The newest high pressure ridge goes east of us by daybreak Tuesday, with temperatures
getting back close to normal Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday afternoon.
The final installment of the Baja California upper air low will be crossing to our south
Tuesday night and Wednesday. Rainfall is actually looking more promising with this afternoon’s
analysis, and I’m suspecting that the actual amounts are going to be higher than the one-fourth
inch forecast from IH-20 southward.
Another cold front enters the area Wednesday night. Thursday looks to be another chilly
and blustery day, with that surface high going east of us by late Friday. Temperatures should
moderate this weekend, and may actually get back to normal levels by Saturday.
Next weekend should see seasonal temperatures and dry weather.
The upper air high, setting up over Western North America, may break down early next
week. If so, then our next significant storm system should be around the 10th or 11th.
AT 3 p.m. today, temperatures are running from near 50 in the north to near 70 in the
south with northwest winds in the 15-25 mph range with gusts to near 30 mph. RKP

CODED CITIES FORECAST–TYR
ISSUED: 02/01/2015 1621C

DAY WX TEMP POP
Monday SUNNY 28/43 05%/00%
Tuesday PARTLY CLOUDY 29/53 00%/00%
Wednesday RAIN 39/56 20%/30%


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Dr. Bob’s Weather Report and Forecast

Posted/updated on: February 1, 2015 at 4:24 pm   Print This Print This

WEATHER REPORT AND SUMMARY:
KTYR
VT [VALID TIME] THROUGH 02/02/2015@0530C
ISSUED: 02/01/2015 1624C

TYLER-LONGVIEW METROPOLITAN AREA FORECAST:
WIND ADVISORY THROUGH 4:00 A.M. CST MONDAY!
TONIGHT: partly cloudy, colder and windy, low upper 20s, northwest winds 15-20 mph and gusty;
MONDAY: mostly sunny and chilly, high lower 40s, north winds 10-15 mph diminishing during the afternoon;
MONDAY NIGHT: mostly clear and cold again, low upper 20s, light winds becoming southeasterly by morning;
TUESDAY: partly cloudy and warmer, high lower 50s, south winds about 10 mph;
TUESDAY NIGHT: mostly cloudy and not as cold, a 20 percent chance for light rain, low upper 30s, south winds about 10 mph;
WEDNESDAY: mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance for light rain, high middle 50s, south winds 10-15 mph.
EXTENDED FORECAST:
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: cloudy with a 20 percent chance for light rain, low lower 40s;
THURSDAY: decreasing cloudiness with a 20 percent chance for light rain in the morning, breezy and cool, high upper 40s;
THURSDAY NIGHT: clearing, low near 30;
FRIDAY: mostly sunny, high lower 50s;
FRIDAY NIGHT: mostly clear, low middle 30s;
SATURDAY: mostly sunny, high lower 60s;
SATURDAY NIGHT: mostly clear, low middle 40s;
SUNDAY: partly cloudy, high middle 60s.

TYLER CLIMATE DATA FOR February 1, 2015
(The report is for the 21 hours ending at 2100 Greenwich
Mean Time, 3:00 p.m. Central Standard 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.
MAXIMUM 65MINIMUM 54
PRECIPITATION 0.24
MONTH-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 0.24
YEAR-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 5.55

LONGVIEW CLIMATE DATA FOR February 1, 2015
(The report is for the 21 hours ending at 2100 Greenwich
Mean Time, 3:00 p.m. Central Standard 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]
MAXIMUM 68
MINIMUM 55
PRECIPITATION 0.17
MONTH-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 0.17
YEAR-TO-DATE PRECIPITATION 5.59

PUBLIC FORECAST EXPLANATION
ISSUED: 02/01/2015 1614C
The cold front passed through Tyler around noon today, and by 3 p.m. had reached a
Nacogdoches-Giddings-Laredo line. Cloudiness trailed the front by about 100 miles, and its
western extend was Gilmer-Corsicana-Fredricksburg at the same hour.
We will be clearing out from northwest to southeast, with virtually the entire area likely
clear just after nightfall.
The other concern is the tight pressure gradient between the 1038-mb. High over
Northwest Minnesota and the 1005-mb pressure in the frontal trough. This has resulted in strong
northwest winds, which will go below advisory criteria some time after midnight, and go to
under 10 mph by tomorrow afternoon.
With the continued cold air advection, Monday will be a chilly day and breezy during the
morning.
The newest high pressure ridge goes east of us by daybreak Tuesday, with temperatures
getting back close to normal Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday afternoon.
The final installment of the Baja California upper air low will be crossing to our south
Tuesday night and Wednesday. Rainfall is actually looking more promising with this afternoon’s
analysis, and I’m suspecting that the actual amounts are going to be higher than the one-fourth
inch forecast from IH-20 southward.
Another cold front enters the area Wednesday night. Thursday looks to be another chilly
and blustery day, with that surface high going east of us by late Friday. Temperatures should
moderate this weekend, and may actually get back to normal levels by Saturday.
Next weekend should see seasonal temperatures and dry weather.
The upper air high, setting up over Western North America, may break down early next
week. If so, then our next significant storm system should be around the 10th or 11th.
AT 3 p.m. today, temperatures are running from near 50 in the north to near 70 in the
south with northwest winds in the 15-25 mph range with gusts to near 30 mph. RKP

CODED CITIES FORECAST–TYR
ISSUED: 02/01/2015 1621C

DAY WX TEMP POP
Monday SUNNY 28/43 05%/00%
Tuesday PARTLY CLOUDY 29/53 00%/00%
Wednesday RAIN 39/56 20%/30%


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