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Moon Phase
Day 20
moon
Waning Gibbous
Next Full Moon is at
6:02 AM on Monday,
June 20, 2016
Moonrise 12:18am
Moonset 11:25am








Current Conditions

Updated3:01pm Currently Today's Extremes
Temperature 65.0 ^uni007^ Hi: 69.7 ^uni007^ (^vht007^)
Lo: 64.9 ^uni007^ (^vlt007^)
     
Humidity 96% Hi:  ()
Lo:  ()
Dew Point
                  How Does It Feel?
63.8°F
   Gettin Sticky   
Hi: °F ()
Lo: °F ()
Wind    @ 
Gusts: 
Hi:  ()
Lo:  ()
Barometric Pressure 29.74 inHg
Steady
Hi:  in ()
Lo:  in ()
Solar Radiation 25 W/m2 Hi:  W/sqm ()
Lo:  W/sqm ()
Rain      0 days since last rain
          42 days of rain this year
Today: ^vxv121^ ^uni121^
Yesterday: 0.73 in
Storm Total: 1.63 in
Last 7 Days: 1.63 in
MTD: 3.08 in  (Normal: 4.04 in)
YTD: 24.23 in  (Normal: 18.34 in)
Record for this date: 1.63 in (1944)

Tyler Texas Area Forecast

This
afternoon

Thunder storm
Thunder storm
High: 71°
Mostly cloudy to cloudy. A chance of rain. Scattered thundershowers possible. Unusually cool. High 71°. UV index up to 9. Wind south-southeast around 9 mph. Chance of precipitation 30 percent. Precipitation mostly less than a tenth of an inch. Tonight

Thunder storm
Thunder storm
Low: 69°
Mostly cloudy to cloudy. A chance of rain in the evening, then a slight chance of rain after midnight. Scattered thundershowers possible. Low 69°. Wind south around 8 mph. Chance of precipitation 50 percent. Precipitation mostly less than a tenth of an inch. Saturday

Mostly Cloudy
Hot!
Mostly Cloudy
Hot!
High: 92°
Partly to mostly cloudy in the morning, becoming sunny in the afternoon. Hot. High 92°. Heat index up to 100°. UV index up to 9. Wind south around 6 mph.


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East Texas Air Quality

Current Air Quality
Pollutant AQI Index AQI Value
Ozone  Good  26
Particle  Good  8
Air Quality Forecast
Forecast Today Tomorrow
AQI Index  Good   Good 
Pollutant Ozone Ozone


Pollen Forecast

Friday Saturday Sunday Monday
Index Description Index Description Index Description Index Description
4  Low-Medium  4  Low-Medium  3.3  Low-Medium  5.8  Medium 
Pollen Type: Grass, Walnut and Hickory/Pecan


UV Forecast

Friday Saturday Sunday Monday
UV Index Description UV Index Description UV Index Description UV Index Description
9.8  Very High  8.3  Very High  8.8  Very High  9.4  Very High 


Current Levels of Lakes within an approximate 50-mile Radius of Tyler

Lake Normal Level Current Level Departure from Normal Water Temp (est) Last Update
Lake Tyler 375.4 feet 375.9 feet 0.50 feet above normal 67°F 2:30pm on 5/27
Lake Palestine 345 feet 345.5 feet 0.50 feet above normal 67°F 2:00pm on 5/27
Lake Fork 403 feet 402.72 feet 0.28 feet below normal 65°F 2:30pm on 5/27
Lake Athens 440 feet 440.8 feet 0.80 feet above normal 67°F 2:30pm on 5/27
Lake Tawakoni 437.5 feet 437.9 feet 0.40 feet above normal 64°F 2:30pm on 5/27
Cedar Creek Rsvr 322 feet 322.05 feet 0.05 feet above normal 67°F 1:45pm on 5/27
Richland-Chambers 315 feet 315.28 feet 0.28 feet above normal 66°F 1:45pm on 5/27
Lake O' the Pines 228.5 feet 238.63 feet 10.13 feet above normal 65°F 2:30pm on 5/27
Lake Bob Sandlin 337.5 feet 337.69 feet 0.19 feet above normal 65°F 2:00pm on 5/27


Fire Danger



USA Extremes for Past 24 Hours

   High Temp   
99 °F
Midland, TX
   Low Temp   
23 °F
Leadville, CO
   Precipitation   
7.78 in
Bryan, TX
   Wind   
77 mph
Estherville, IA


Countdown to Summer
 Summer begins June 20 at 5:34 PM  CDT  


Did You Know?

HAIL, SLEET, OR FREEZING RAIN?
Hail normally occurs in thunderstorms and is the result of strong up drafts that repeatedly carry growing chunks of ice upwards into the clouds. Once the hail stones become too heavy to be lifted by the up drafts, they fall to the ground. Sleet occurs during a winter storm and is caused by rain falling into a cold layer of air aloft which has to be below freezing. As the raindrops fall through the cold layer of air, they freeze and become small ice pellets. Freezing rain is basically rain that falls onto the ground and then freezes AFTER it hits the ground. It causes a glaze of ice on trees and any surface that is below freezing.