PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HOUSTON/GALVESTON TX
859 PM CDT MON JUN 30 2014

          ...JUNE 2014 WAS WARMER AND DRIER THAN NORMAL...

THE MONTHLY AVERAGE TEMPERATURE IN JUNE WAS SLIGHTLY WARMER THAN
THE 30 YEAR NORMALS...ENDING THE EIGHT CONSECUTIVE MONTHS OF BELOW
NORMAL TEMPERATURES. THE AVERAGE JUNE TEMPERATURE IN HOUSTON WAS
82.5 DEGREES WHICH WAS 0.1 DEGREE WARMER THAN THE 30 YEAR NORMALS.
COLLEGE STATION AND GALVESTON WERE ALSO WARMER THAN NORMAL.
COLLEGE STATION RECORDED A MONTHLY AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 82.4
DEGREES WHICH WAS 0.8 DEGREES WARMER THAN THAN THE 30 YEAR NORMAL
AND GALVESTON RECORDED A JUNE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 83.3 DEGREES
WHICH WAS 1.1 DEGREES WARMER THAN THE 30 YEAR NORMAL. THE AVERAGE
HIGH TEMPERATURES FOR THE MONTH WERE ALL COOLER THAN NORMAL...BUT
THE OVERNIGHT LOWS WERE CONSIDERABLY WARMER THAN NORMAL...FUELING
THE SLIGHTLY WARMER MONTHLY AVERAGE TEMPERATURE.

THE HIGH TEMPERATURE FAILED TO REACH 95 DEGREES AT HOUSTON AND COLLEGE
STATION DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE. THE LAST TIME THE TEMPERATURE FAILED TO REACH 95
DEGREES DURING JUNE FOR THE CITY OF HOUSTON WAS JUNE 2001 AND FOR COLLEGE STATION
WAS JUNE 1999. THE AVERAGE FIRST DATE TO REACH THE 95 DEGREE THRESHOLD IS JUNE 2ND
AT COLLEGE STATION AND JUNE 10TH FOR THE CITY OF HOUSTON.

BOUTS OF HEAVY RAIN DURING THE SECOND HALF OF THE MONTH SEEMED TO MISS MOST OF
THE RAIN GAGES AS MOST SITES REPORTED BELOW NORMAL RAINFALL. THE HEAVIEST RAINFALL
TOTAL REPORTED ACROSS THE COUNTY WARNING AREA WAS 7.81 INCHES AT CLEVELAND. THE
LOCATION WITH THE LEAST RAINFALL WAS SOMERVILLE WITH ONLY 0.67 INCHES OF RAIN.

THE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AT THE END OF MONTH PRODUCED A TORNADO NEAR BAYOU
VISTA ON THE 26TH THAT RIPPED THROUGH A MOBILE HOME PARK INJURING ONE PERSON.
ANOTHER WEAK TORNADO ON THE 27TH PRODUCED DAMAGE NEAR KENEFICK AND A THIRD TORNADO
PRODUCED DAMAGE NEAR HILSHIRE VILLAGE ON THE 28TH. HEAVY RAIN ON THE 25TH ALSO
PRODUCED SOME MINOR FLOODING IN BRYAN AND CALDWELL.

BELOW IS THE TEMPERATURE AND RAINFALL DATA FOR THE FIRST AND SECOND ORDER
CLIMATE SITES FOR SOUTHEAST TEXAS.

                           JUNE 2014 DATA

        AVG     AVG     MONTHLY            MONTHLY
SITE    HIGH    LOW     DAILY   DEP     RAIN     DEP

IAH     90.7    74.2    82.5   +0.1     2.18    -3.75
GLS     87.7    78.9    83.3   +1.1     1.53    -4.16
CLL     90.8    74.0    82.4   +0.8     1.61    -2.84
HOU     89.7    75.0    82.4   +0.4     2.98    -4.12
CXO     89.7    70.7    80.2   +0.2     6.23    +0.65
UTS     89.9    73.6    81.8    0.0     4.00    -0.81
DWH     90.0    74.0    80.8   +1.2     3.89    -1.33
SGR     91.1    74.6    82.9   +1.3     3.56    -1.46
LBX     88.6    73.7    81.2   +0.1     3.94    -1.73
PSX     88.9    78.6    83.8   +1.6     2.36    -2.13
LVJ     89.9    75.5    82.7   +1.1     2.87    -2.68
HGX     89.1    75.3    82.2   +2.0     2.12    -4.31

HERE IS THE MONTHLY RAINFALL DATA FROM THE NWS CO-OP NETWORK:

LOCATION      JUNE           JUNE
              RAIN           DEP

ANAHUAC       2.89           -3.61
BAY CITY      3.58           -1.72
BAYTOWN       5.35           -2.09
BELLVILLE     1.78           -2.37
BRENHAM       2.20           -2.68
CLEVELAND     7.81           +2.05
COLUMBUS      3.01           -1.97
CROCKETT      6.28           +1.64
DANEVANG      2.06           -2.62
EDNA          2.95           -1.44
EL CAMPO      1.61           -3.09
FREEPORT      2.97           -1.94
HOU WESTBURY  2.89           -2.95
LIBERTY       4.38           -2.97
LIVINGSTON    4.45           -1.25
KATY          1.81           -2.34
MADISONVILLE  4.10            0.00
MATAGORDA     2.55           -2.43
NEW CANEY     4.47           -1.74
RICHMOND      1.67           -3.21
SOMERVILLE    0.67           -3.68
WASH ST PARK  1.32           -3.44
W COLUMBIA    3.25             NA
WHARTON       2.85           -1.45

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