Austin / Travis County and South Central Texas Weather Update #9 – FINAL UPDATE
Prepared by UT University/Incident Meteorologist Troy Kimmel
745am CT – Tuesday / 18 November 2014
… Morning Lows So Far Across our Area on this Monday Morning …
AGHT2/Great Hills NWS Coop Station (Arboretum Area)…….. 26.7 F / 7:23am
KATT/Austin City -Camp Mabry (NWS ASOS)……. 30 F / 6:56am
KAUS/Austin Bergstrom International Airport (FAA ASOS)…….. 29 F / 6:59a
… However.. A Bit Colder in Outlying Areas …
Dripping Springs 4NNE (LCRA Hydromet)……… 24 F
Jollyville 2SW (LCRA Hydromet)………. 24 F
… My Temperature Forecast from Overnight for the Metro Area Didn’t Verify …
Although winds calmed down nicely overnight, some high level clouds at and above 20,000 feet
AGL apparently had some effect, in combination with an overnight rise in the dew points, on the
overnight lows. This was especially true in the Austin metro area with temperatures as much as
5 to 10 degrees warmer than I expected they would be in the 7am hour this morning.
A climate note:
Local low temperature records for today.. both Bergstrom and Mabry (27 degrees back on
this date in 1959).. remain intact.
This is my last statement on this arctic cold outbreak..