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Links to Historical Weather Information

Have you ever been curious what weather happened on a certain day of history? When did Hurricane Ike make landfall? This is your one stop shop for weather history across Southeast Texas.

Daily temperature and record data is also available for many sites across southeast Texas. We also have average temperatures available. This is all available via the Climate Data page.

Do you remember the Flash Flood event of 1998? You can go access our Weather Events page to read up on these events and more.

Want an interesting Texas weather fact for every day of the year? Use our Daily Weather History page to view historical weather information for a day or a month.

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Weather History for July 29

The "Suprise hurricane of 1943" dumped some impressive rainfall totals. Here are some multi-day rainfall totals produced by the storm: Anahuac recorded 19.28 inches of rain for the event and 21.76 inches of rain for July 1943. Liberty reported 14.72 inches of rain during the storm, Galveston measured 13.16 inches of rain and Houston recorded 12.19 inches of rain.

Weather History for July 29

In 1971, an EF-2 tornado touched down near Channelview. There were eight injuries attributed to the storm. Damages were estimated near $50,000 dollars.


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