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SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HOUSTON/GALVESTON TX
1005 PM CST TUE NOV 18 2014

TXZ163-164-176>179-195>200-210>214-226-227-235>238-190815-
HOUSTON-TRINITY-MADISON-WALKER-SAN JACINTO-POLK-BURLESON-BRAZOS-
WASHINGTON-GRIMES-MONTGOMERY-LIBERTY-COLORADO-AUSTIN-WALLER-
HARRIS-CHAMBERS-WHARTON-FORT BEND-JACKSON-MATAGORDA-BRAZORIA-
GALVESTON-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...CROCKETT...TRINITY...GROVETON...
MADISONVILLE...HUNTSVILLE...SHEPHERD...COLDSPRING...LIVINGSTON...
CORRIGAN...ONALASKA...CALDWELL...LAKE SOMERVILLE...
COLLEGE STATION...BRYAN...BRENHAM...NAVASOTA...THE WOODLANDS...
CONROE...WILLIS...LIBERTY...CLEVELAND...DAYTON...COLUMBUS...
EAGLE LAKE...WEIMAR...SEALY...BELLVILLE...HEMPSTEAD...
PRAIRIE VIEW...BROOKSHIRE...HOUSTON...PASADENA...KATY...TOMBALL...
HUMBLE...WINNIE...MONT BELVIEU...ANAHUAC...EL CAMPO...WHARTON...
PIERCE...SUGAR LAND...MISSOURI CITY...RICHMOND...ROSENBERG...
EDNA...BAY CITY...PALACIOS...PEARLAND...LAKE JACKSON...ALVIN...
ANGLETON...FREEPORT...LEAGUE CITY...TEXAS CITY...FRIENDSWOOD...
GALVESTON
1005 PM CST TUE NOV 18 2014

                    ...ONE MORE COLD NIGHT...

ANOTHER COLD NIGHT IS IN ON TAP FOR SOUTHEAST TEXAS. PARTS OF THE
AREA WILL ONCE AGAIN BRIEFLY FALL BELOW FREEZING. SURFACE HIGH
PRESSURE HAS PUSHED EAST OF THE REGION AND WINDS HAVE TURNED TO
THE SOUTH. SUBTLE WARMING FROM THE GULF OF MEXICO SHOULD MODERATE
TEMPERATURES OVERNIGHT. THE COLDEST TEMPERATURES TONIGHT ARE
EXPECTED EAST OF A MADISONVILLE TO SUGARLAND TO FREEPORT LINE WITH
SLIGHTLY WARMER TEMPERATURES TO THE WEST. CLOUDS HAVE DEVELOPED
OVER DEEP SOUTH TEXAS AND SOME INCREASE IN CLOUDS WILL ALSO BE
POSSIBLE OVER THE CROSSROADS REGION PRIOR TO SUNRISE.

A WARM UP WILL BEGIN ON WEDNESDAY WITH HIGH TEMPERATURES BACK IN
THE 70S BY FRIDAY. LOW TEMPERATURES ON THURSDAY MORNING WILL BE 10
TO 15 DEGREES WARMER THAN TONIGHT. MOISTURE LEVELS WILL ALSO BE ON
THE INCREASE THURSDAY AND FRIDAY WITH RAIN CHANCES RETURNING TO
THE AREA BOTH DAYS.

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