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Weekly Climate Summary: 12/27/2021

This week in Texas weather saw the driest week of December so far this year. Every county in the state recorded less than 1” of precipitation. The majority of the state including the Big Bend Country, Panhandle, Hill Country, South Texas Plains, Gulf Coast, and the Lakes and Prairies region all experienced even less precipitation. Very few counties in these regions recorded more than 0.01” of precipitation. The northern Piney Woods region experienced slightly higher precipitation with counties observing 0.02-0.5” of precipitation. The wettest county during this period was Titus county which observed 0.5-0.7” of precipitation.




This week in Texas weather continued the previous week's trend of an extremely warm December. Temperature departures across the state were at least 6 °F warmer than normal. The Panhandle, Lakes and Prairies region, Hill Country, and Big Bend Country experienced the warmest departures in the state with temperatures at least 12 °F warmer on the low end and temperatures exceeding 15 °F warmer on the high end. The South Texas Plains, Gulf Coast, and Piney Woods region experienced slightly cooler departures. The majority of these regions experienced temperatures 9-12 °F warmer than normal, however, a few counties experienced temperatures 6-9 °F warmer than normal.



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