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Location Sky/Weather Temp.
(ºF)
Dewpt.
(ºF)
Humidity
(%)
Wind
(mph)
Pressure
(in)
Remarks
Ellington Field, TX1Partly Cloudy 70° 55° 60%S6 30.10R
Houston Hobby Airport, TX2Partly Cloudy 67° 60° 78%S7 30.08R
Pearland (Clover Field), TX1Clear 68° 60° 75%S5 30.10R
Angleton, TX2Clear 66° 62° 87%SE5 30.09R
Houston Bush Airport, TX1Mostly Cloudy 70° 56° 61%S12 30.07S
Sugarland, TX2Cloudy 69° 60° 73%S9 30.08R
Houston Hooks Airport, TX1Cloudy 72° 54° 53%S6 30.07R
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