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Hazardous Heat in the Western U.S.; Heavy Rain and Flooding Potential in the Southern Rockies

Widespread high temperatures in the 90s with heat indices exceeding 100 degrees will persist across the western U.S. this weekend into next week. Some daily high temperature records are forecast to be tied or broken. Monsoon conditions continue to linger across the Southern Rockies posing a heavy rainfall threat which may lead to additional flash flooding concerns. Read More >

Waco Climatology


  • Climate Narrative
    A brief overview of the climate in Central Texas. 

  • Daily Summary (CLIACT)
    High, low, and average temperature, precipitation, snowfall, heating and cooling degree days, wind data, sky cover data, relative humidity, sunrise/sunset, and more! 

  • Record Report (RERACT)
    A statement with information about tied/broken daily records for max/min temperatures, precipitation, and snowfall. 

  • Previous Month's Summary (CLMACT)
    A detailed look at the previous month's temperature, precipitation, snowfall, degree days, and other data. 


  • Climatological details of each month back to 2002. 

     

  • Current Month-to-Date Summary
    A report of daily highs, lows, precipitation, average wind speed, heating and cooling degree days, as well as a running total of precipitation, average high, average low, average monthly temperature, and total degree days. 

  • Normals, Means, and Extremes
    Normals and records are displayed together on monthly and annual tabs. 

  • Top 10 Lists - Monthly/Annual and Seasonal
    The warmest, coolest, wettest, driest, and snowiest are ranked. 


  • Extremes and other climate tidbits for selected holidays.

     

 

100° Day Records

Freeze Records

Miscellaneous Records