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Moon Phase
Day 27
Waning Crescent
Next Full Moon is at
9:54 AM on Sunday,
March 12, 2017
Moonrise 5:31am
Moonset 4:34pm

Current Conditions

Updated2:06am Currently Today's Extremes
Temperature 61.4 ^uni007^ Hi: 64.4 ^uni007^ (^vht007^)
Lo: 61.4 ^uni007^ (^vlt007^)
Humidity 78% Hi:  ()
Lo:  ()
Dew Point
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Barometric Pressure 29.58 inHg
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Lo:  in ()
Solar Radiation 0 W/m2 Hi:  W/sqm ()
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Rain      4 days since last rain
           13 days of rain this year
Today: ^vxv121^ ^uni121^
Yesterday: 0.00 in
Last 7 Days: 1.56 in
MTD: 2.72 in  (Normal: 3.21 in)
YTD: 9.72 in  (Normal: 6.27 in)
Record for this date: 1.80 in (1902)

Tyler Texas Area Forecast

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Low: 60°
Clear. Mild. Low 60°. Wind south around 7 mph. Friday

High: 72°
Sunny. Warm. High 72°. UV index up to 6. Wind west around 5 mph in the morning, becoming northwest in the afternoon. Friday

Low: 42°
Clear. Low 42°. Wind north-northwest around 5 mph in the evening, becoming north-northeast after midnight.

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East Texas Air Quality

Current Air Quality
Pollutant AQI Index AQI Value
Ozone  Moderate  100
Particle 124
Air Quality Forecast
Forecast Today Tomorrow
AQI Index  Good   Not Available 
Pollutant Ozone  Not Available 

Pollen Count

Allergen G/CM Result Primary Pollen / Mold
Trees 64   Moderate  Juniper, Elm, Pine, Oak, Hackberry, Alder
Weeds 0   Absent  
Grasses 0   Absent  
Molds 1,439   Moderate  Ascomycetes, Cladosporium
G/CM: Grains per Cubic Meter of Air

Pollen Forecast

Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Index Description Index Description Index Description Index Description
10.3  High  10.4  High  8.7  Medium-High  9.3  Medium-High 
Pollen Type: Elm, Cedar/Juniper and Oak

UV Forecast

Friday Saturday Sunday Monday
UV Index Description UV Index Description UV Index Description UV Index Description
5.7  Moderate  5.6  Moderate  5.9  Moderate  6.0  High 

Soil Moisture and Temperature

Depth Temp (°F)
Now / Hi / Lo
Temperature Status Moisture (cb)
Now / Hi / Lo
Moisture Status
4 inches 59 / 60 / 59    Optimal Root Growth    3 / 3 / 3    Saturated Soil   
8 inches 60 / 61 / 60    Optimal Root Growth    0 / 0 / 0    Saturated Soil   

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

Lake Normal Level Current Level Departure from Normal Water Temp Last Update
Lake Tyler 375.40 feet 375.67 feet 0.27 feet above normal N/A 1:30am on 2/24
Lake Palestine 345.00 feet 345.31 feet 0.31 feet above normal 56–60°F 1:00am on 2/24
Lake Fork 403.00 feet 400.88 feet 2.12 feet below normal 57–60°F 1:30am on 2/24
Lake Athens 440.00 feet 440.48 feet 0.48 feet above normal 57–61°F 1:30am on 2/24
Lake Tawakoni 437.50 feet 434.86 feet 2.64 feet below normal 57–60°F 1:30am on 2/24
Cedar Creek Rsvr 322.00 feet 322.10 feet 0.10 feet above normal 57–60°F 1:45am on 2/24
Richland-Chambers 315.00 feet 314.92 feet 0.08 feet below normal 56–60°F 1:45am on 2/24
Lake O' the Pines 228.50 feet 228.73 feet 0.23 feet above normal 58–62°F 1:30am on 2/24
Lake Bob Sandlin 337.50 feet 337.80 feet 0.30 feet above normal 58–62°F 1:00am on 2/24
N/A indicates the current data for the reporting station is not available

Fire Danger

Texas Extremes for Past 24 Hours

   High Temp   
98°F at Mcallen/Miller Intl, TX
   Low Temp   
31°F at Marfa Amos, TX
No Precipation Reported for TX

Lower-48 US Extremes for Past 24 Hours

   High Temp   
98°F at Mcallen/Miller Intl, TX
   Low Temp   
0°F at Yellowstone (ramos), WY
2.85 in at Cocoa Beach/Patrick Af, FL

Countdown to Spring
 Spring begins Mar 20 at 5:29 AM  CDT  

Did You Know?

Hurricane Facts: 2005 was the only time three Category 5 hurricanes formed in the same year. All three eventually made U.S. land fall. They were Katrina, Rita, and Wilma.