MCTXWeather Discusses Hurricane Forecast & Peak of 2019 Season!

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2019 HURRICANE SEASON: The 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Seasonal Outlook has been updated by the National Hurricane Center for mid-season. The National Hurricane Center continues to call for an above-average season. Here is the updated outlook.
 
Current Hurricane Season Forecast:
 
-Named Storms: 10-17
-Hurricanes: 5-9
-Major Hurricanes: 2-4
 
As a reminder, the Altantic Season will be peaking soon, as it usually does late August into early September. So far, we’ve had two named storms: Sub-Tropical Storm Andrea & Hurricane Barry, with a Depression #3. The next named storm is Chantal. Now is a good time to get your safety checklist done and be prepared for the peak of the season. Remember! — It only takes one storm to ruin the season.
 
The latest information on the current season can be found at our website: http://www.madisoncountytexasweather.com.
 
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Another Hot, Mundane Week!

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Toasty Week: String of 100° Days, Isolated Rain Chance!
 
(8/17/19) Rainfall Total: —
 
Current Brazos Valley Burn Bans: Brazos, Lee, Grimes, Madison, Milam, Robertson, Walker, & Waller Counties!
Current Watches, Warnings, & Advisories: None!
 
Forecast Discussion:
High pressure has shifted over West Texas. That’ll be far enough to introduce upper 90° weather (as opposed to low 100’s) and an isolated rain chance (10-20%) locally through the weekend. We’ll keep a small chance for a shower or two Sunday before afternoon highs top off near/at 100°. Heat indices will meet Heat Advisory Criteria: 105-110°.
 
Much of the upcoming week brings hot, humid weather with an low-end rain chance each afternoon (10-20%) under partly cloudy skies. Afternoon highs should top off in the triple digits, leading to another string of 100° days. While not overly optimistic, there is a chance Southeast TX could tap into tropical moisture by the end of next week/start of weekend.
 
5 Day Weather Outlook:
Sunday: High 100. Low 77. Partly Cloudy – Clearing.
Monday: High 99. Low 77. Clearing. 20% Chance of Rain.
Tuesday: High 98. Low 76. Clearing. 20% Chance of Rain.
Wednesday: High 99. Low 77. Mixture. 10% Chance of Rain.
Thursday: High ↓ 97. Low 75. Mixture. 10% 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:

  • Brazos
  • Grimes
  • Lee
  • Madison
  • Milam
  • Robertson
  • Walker
  • Waller

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