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Weekly Climate Summary: 11/28/2021

This week in Texas weather saw drier conditions in the west and wetter conditions in the east. In the west, the Big Bend region, Panhandle, and Edwards Plateau saw very dry conditions across this period. These regions averaged less than 0.1” of precipitation. Moving east, North Texas saw slightly higher readings with counties experiencing 0.1-1” of precipitation. Central Texas and the Gulf Coast were particularly wetter than West Texas with these regions experiencing 1-2.5” of precipitation. The wettest region during this period was the southern tip of the state. Here, precipitation reached up to 3-3.5” in Hidalgo County and Kenedy County.  




This week in Texas weather was marked with warmer than normal temperatures in the western portion of the state and cooler than normal temperatures in the eastern portion of the state. Looking in the west, outside Jeff Davis County and Brewster County where a couple of stations experienced temperatures 0-2 °F cooler than normal, temperatures in the rest of the Big Bend region, Panhandle, and down the Rio Grande were warmer than normal. While the Big Bend region and Rio Grande Border experienced temperatures 0-4 °F warmer than normal, the Panhandle saw higher temperature departures at 4-8 °F warmer than normal. Looking east, temperatures in Central Texas, North Texas, the Piney Woods region, and the Gulf Coast were cooler than normal. In almost all counties in these regions, temperatures were 0-4 °F cooler than normal. Montgomery County saw the coolest temperature departure in the state during this period at 4-6 °F cooler than the normal. Aransas County and Refugio County saw the warmest temperature departure during this period at 10 °F warmer than normal.





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