Climate Maps

Background Information

On this page, you can view climate maps of temperature and precipitation, for Texas and the southern region of the U.S.  The map background has the county outlines within each state.  These maps offer a quick view of how temperature and precipitation have been trending, going back in time periods ranging from the past week to the past 90 days.  The maps are updated daily.  

The links to all of the maps on this page are from the High Plains Regional Climate Center.

The current climate summary maps are produced daily using data from the Applied Climate Information System.  Stations used are from the National Weather Service Cooperative Observer Network, and the Automated Weather Data Network.  All near-real-time data are considered preliminary.  Certified climate data is available from the National Climatic Data Center.  Normal refers to the 1981-2010 Climate Normals for the selected product.

 

Temperature Maps

Past 7 Days

Average Temperature

Departure from Normal Temperature

Past 14 Days

Average Temperature

Departure from Normal Temperature

Past 30 Days

Average Temperature

Departure from Normal Temperature

 

Precipitation Maps

Past 7 Days

Total Precipitation

Departure from Normal Precipitation

Percent of Normal Precipitation

Past 14 Days

Total Precipitation

Departure from Normal Precipitation

Percent of Normal Precipitation

Past 30 Days

Total Precipitation

Departure from Normal Precipitation

Percent of Normal Precipitation

Past 60 Days

Total Precipitation

Departure from Normal Precipitation

Percent of Normal Precipitation

Past 90 Days

Total Precipitation

Departure from Normal Precipitation

Percent of Normal Precipitation

 


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