Cold in Texas

By: iceagecoming , 3:58 AM GMT on December 11, 2012

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.. Wind Advisory now in effect until noon CST today...
... Freeze warning in effect from 11 PM this evening to 10 am CST
Tuesday...

The National Weather Service in Austin/San Antonio has issued a
freeze warning... which is in effect from 11 PM this evening to
10 am CST Tuesday.

* Timing... from 11 PM CST tonight to 10 am CST Tuesday morning.

* Temperatures... lows ranging from 17 to 25 degrees across The Hill
Country. Lows 25 to 30 degrees across the rest of south central
Texas.

* Impacts... a freeze warning means sub-freezing temperatures are
imminent or highly likely. These conditions will kill crops and
other sensitive vegetation.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

To prevent freezing and possible bursting of outdoor water
pipes... pipes should be wrapped... drained... or allowed to drip
slowly. Those that have in-ground sprinkler systems should drain
their systems... or cover any above-ground pipes to protect them
from freezing.



Austin Record Temps - Highs

Here's a quick summary of record high temperatures for Austin Texas, broken down by month:

January: 90F (1971)

February: 99F (1996)

March: 98F (1971)

April: 99F (2006)

May: 104F (1925)

June: 108F (1998)

July: 109F (1954)

August: 110F (2003)

September: 112F (2000)

October: 100F (1938)

November: 91F (2006)

December: 90F (1955)


Austin Record Temps - Lows

Here's a quick summary of record low temperatures for Austin Texas, broken down by month:

January: -2F (1949)

February: -1F (1899)

March: 18F (1948)

April: 30F (1926)

May: 40F (1925)

June: 51F (1926)

July: 57F (1924)

August: 58F (1915)

September: 41F (1942)

October: 30F (1993)

November: 20F (1976)

December: 4F (1989)



Snowburst Whitens Texas and Oklahoma



By Grace Muller, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
December 10, 2012; 8:15 AM




Good morning, Texas, and welcome to winter. A cold front that originated in the Arctic shot all the way down to Texas and Oklahoma Monday morning. The cold air went through Dallas Sunday night to produce a snowburst. A snowburst is a short, strong snow shower that is dangerous because visibility is very low and can cause roads to ice up quickly.

Temperatures Monday morning were in the 20s as far south as Oklahoma and Texas, with temperatures in the single digits in western Texas.


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