Warm Weekend, But Where’s Fall 2019?

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Warm Weekend: Hot, Isolated Rains/Where is Fall 2019?
 
GOOD NEWS: We’re starting off the Fall Season a bit earlier at Madison County, Texas Weather’s Facebook Page, with our fall set of pictures for our “weather previews”.
 
(09/20/2019) Rainfall Total: —
 
Current Burn Bans: Austin, Brazos, Burleson, Houston, Lee, Leon, Grimes, Madison, Milam, Montgomery, Robertson, San Jacinto, Trinity, Walker, Waller, & Washington Counties!
Current Watches, Warnings, & Advisories: None!
 
Forecast Discussion:
The Autumnal Equinox (1st Day of Fall) officially begins 2:50 AM, Monday, September 23, 2019. But the forecast says hotter, drier conditions for the last days of Summer 2019 and for the first string of days for Autumn.
 
The weekend brings morning lows in the lower to middle 70’s, with afternoon highs in the lower 90’s. High pressure, sitting over the Southeastern US, pulls in tropical moisture over the next few days, leading to increased humidity and heat indices closer to the 100° locally. Isolated showers, thunderstorms are possible this weekend (20-30%, at best), with many missing out and few receiving some healthy downpours, isolated thunder & lightning.
 
By early next week, afternoon highs remain in the lower 90’s and drier air arrives Tuesday & Wednesday. That’ll be enough to possibly drop morning lows into the upper 60’s by Wednesday morning. The extended 10-day forecast showers an isolated shower chance each afternoon and no-significant cool-down of anything. Sorry folks!
 
5 Day Weather Outlook:
Saturday: High 91. Low 73. Mixture. 30% Chance of Rain.
Sunday: High 90. Low 73. Mixture. 20 ↑ 30% Chance of Rain.
Monday: High 91. Low 72. Clearing. 20% Chance of Rain.
Tuesday: High 91. Low 70. Clearing. 20% Chance of Rain.
Wednesday: High 90. Low 71. Sunny. 20% Chance of Rain.
 
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Current Brazos Valley Burn Bans!

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BREAKING NEWS: Burn bans have been issued for the Brazos Valley, because of drier, hotter conditions. A BURN BAN has been issued for the following Brazos Valley Counties until further notice. Outdoor burning is prohibited within these counties:

  • Austin
  • Brazos
  • Burleson
  • Grimes
  • Houston
  • Lee
  • Leon
  • Madison
  • Milam
  • Montgomery
  • Robertson
  • San Jacinto
  • Trinity
  • Walker
  • Waller
  • Washington

Stay with Madison County, Texas Weather for the latest weather and tropical developments, including: current radars, watches, warnings, advisories, and severe weather coverage.

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