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Current Weather Observations
Location Sky/Weather Temp.
Ellington Field, TX1FOG 54° 54°100%CALM 30.22R Visi. 1/4
Houston Hobby Airport, TX2FOG 53° 53°100%CALM 30.21R Visi. 3/4
Pearland (Clover Field), TX1FOG 52° 51° 97%E9 30.23R Visi. 1/4
Angleton, TX2Mostly Cloudy 51° 51°100%CALM 30.20R
Houston Bush Airport, TX1FOG 58° 58°100%CALM 30.21R Visi.<1/4
Sugarland, TX2FOG 56° 56°100%CALM 30.20R Visi. 1/4
Houston Hooks Airport, TX1FOG 59° 59°100%CALM 30.21R Visi. 1/4
Hourly Observation Data From: 800 AM CST THU JAN 29 2015
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