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Saturday, February 20th. This Advisory would end up getting expanded to include Washington and Grimes counties after sunset that evening and continued through Friday morning due to lingering precipitation. Please. Temperatures will be on the mild to warm side for a large part of the area until the arrival and passage of the next cold front late Wednesday night or Thursday. Overview The Winter Outbreak that occurred on Valentine's Week brought not only snow, sleet, and freezing rain to Southeast Texas, but also extreme cold temperatures that lasted for several days.

The GFS is the weakest and quickest solution bringing the trough across Texas late Thursday into Friday increasing PoPs Thursday afternoon into Thursday night, but then drying out through the weekend.

There was a total of 8 days, 23 hours, and 23 minutes of winter highlights between the first Winter Weather Advisory issued on Thursday, February 11th at am to when the last Hard Freeze Warning expired at 9am on Saturday, February 20th. There are still a lot of uncertainties in this forecast, so temperatures may trend warmer or cooler through the next few days. Thunder snow was reported near the town of Snook, Burleson County Sunday evening, and then thunder sleet occurred near the Brazoria and Galveston counties coastline Sunday night.

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With this onshore flow, look for warmer temperatures to come back to the area with inland highs back into the 70s on Monday. Friday, February 5th. Visible satellite imagery from February 15th, showing snow and ice cover over much of the state of Texas. Please select one of the following:. Have leaned more toward the GFS and Canadian solutions with this part of the forecast as they have been verifying a bit better of late. The winter outbreak in February will be on the minds of every Texan for a very long time. Tuesday, February 9th.

It wasn't until 9am Saturday morning that the last Hard Freeze Warning would expire for this event. Rain chances look to remain in the forecast highest generally to the north of I and to the east of I until Thursday afternoon and evening when the front moves on through and dries the area out. Conditions did not improve Wednesday night as lingering precipitation brought snow and sleet to the northern half of the region that lasted through midday Thursday.

Stay tuned. Location Help. Snow, sleet, and freezing rain began to encroach into Southeast Texas Sunday afternoon, and then increased in coverage and intensity overnight Sunday night into Monday.

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The next cold front will slowly sag into the area on Tuesday and will bring some cooler temperatures back to the region. At this time, the coldest air does not arrive until all the rain has moved out of the area. Current Hazards. But going by these latest runs, POPs may be best on Wed over our northern counties. While this first taste of winter precipitation was impacting the region, a stronger Arctic cold front was progressing through the country and was expected to reach Southeast Texas late Sunday. Here is a list of some of the Ice and Storm Reports.

Customize Your Weather. Thursday, February 11th. Saturday, February 13th. College Station. College Station Houston-Bush Galveston. While the damage is still being assessed, this will likely go down as the first billion dollar disaster of globally, and potentially the most costly weather disaster for the state of Texas in history, surpassing even Hurricane Harvey from It all began Wednesday, February 10th when a cold front moved through the area bringing the first surge of cold air into the region.

A combination of the icy conditions and extreme cold temperatures caused widespread power outages that would last for the next several days.

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Unfortunately, the week wasn't done yet. A Winter Storm Warning ended up getting issued on Saturday, February 13th for Colorado, Austin, Waller, Montgomery, San Jacinto, Polk counties and for counties north as sleet and freezing rain formed ahead of the approaching cold front.

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As for rain, will be keeping the forecast dry until Wednesday when enough moisture and lift return to the area and begin to interact with disturbances moving across the state. This new ice accumulation, combined with any refreezing of moisture, continued the hazardous road conditions Tuesday evening through the day on Wednesday.

These elevated rain chances are expected to linger through Thurs with the passage of the second stronger cold front.

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Monday, February 8th. Temperatures crashed down Sunday night behind the cold front with much of the area getting down into the teens or single digits with wind chills down into the single digits or even below zero. Tuesday, February 16th. The Winter Outbreak that occurred on Valentine's Week brought not only snow, sleet, and freezing rain to Southeast Texas, but also extreme cold temperatures that lasted for several days. While the wintry precipitation wound down Thursday evening, the dangerously cold temperatures and hazardous road conditions continued.

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Lows are expected to range from the 50s inland to near 60 at the immediate coast. Friday, February 19th. Privacy Policy. It served as the turning point from a ificant winter storm the preceded the front to the historic winter event that would eventually unfold. Sunday, February 14th.

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Please try another search. The EC has had the upper level trough stronger, becoming a closed low over the Baja Peninsula by Thursday evening. Visible satellite imagery from February 19th, showing snow and ice cover receding to the north. The real forecast challenge Thursday night will be how cold it gets.

Thursday, February 18th. Rivers and Lakes. As such, we could be in store for a couple nights of freezing to below freezing temperatures for overnight lows for much of SE TX from Thur night into the weekend. Current Conditions. News Headlines. Saturday, February 6th. Wednesday, February 17th. Loop of Sea Surface Temperatures throughout the Event. On Friday, February 12th, a Winter Storm Watch was issued for the entire region for Sunday in anticipation for the potential snow, sleet, and freezing rain that this Arctic front would bring.

Forecast Information Here are some social media forecast graphics made for this event:. Wednesday, February 10th. This was one of the most impactful winter events in recent history that brought multiday road closures, power outages, loss of heat, broken pipes, and other societal impacts for the region. Another winter storm was anticipated to bring ificant freezing rain along and north of Interstate Tuesday night requiring an additional Winter Storm Warning.

Sunday, February 7th. With this cold air in place, lingering precipitation the following day fell as sleet and freezing rain across the northwestern counties.

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Temperatures will be flirting with near freezing across the northern tier of counties bringing the potential for a wintry mixture to those areas. Multiple locations were found. Climate and Past Weather. Ro began to become impassable through the region Sunday evening due to ice and snow and some would not become safe until Friday.

The first Winter Weather Advisory of this prolonged winter event was issued in the morning hours of Thursday, February 11th for Burleson, Brazos, and Madison counties as area ro began to become hazardous from the icy precipitation.


At this time, it looks like the coldest temperatures will hold off until Thursday night as the area begins to dry out. While the zonal pattern aloft will be helping to keep the cold front just north of the CWA on Tue, there are some hints that the passage of a few upper level disturbances via the southern stream jet could nudge this bound- ary a bit into our northern zones very briefly late Tues afternoon. Friday, February 12th.

Monday, February 15th. High temperatures for this period could range from the 40s and 50s if these models do verify. Partly to occasionally mostly cloudy skies can be expected Sunday night through Monday night as high pressure moves off to the east.

This solution brings precipitation beginning Thursday, but continues it into the weekend as the stalled boundary stays parked near the area. We'll be starting the work week on a warm note A nearly zonal flow at the upper levels are hinting that the cold front originally slated for Tues could have some trouble making it that far south into our CWA.

This activity could be enhanced by the lingering cold front, but at this time it is hard to pinpoint where exactly.