Another day of record heat

June 29th, 2013 at 8:19 pm by under Weather

Temperatures soared above 100 again Saturday. In Austin, the high topped 108 at Camp Mabry and 107 at the airport. The previous record at Camp Mabry was 106 degrees set in 2009.

Record heat

Here are other high temperatures from the area:

MaxT

EVENING TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION SUMMARY FOR SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
725 PM CDT SAT JUN 29 2013

VALUES REPRESENT LOWS OVER THE LAST 18 HOURS...
HIGHS OVER THE PAST 18 HOURS AND PRECIPITATION OVER THE
LAST 24 HOURS

:
:                           MAX    MIN
:ID       LOCATION          TEMP   TEMP   PCPN
:
KATT: CAMP MABRY ASOS    :   108 /  75 /  0.00
KAUS: BERGSTROM ASOS     :   107 /  72 /  0.00
KBAZ: NEW BRAUNFELS ASOS :   107 /  72 /  0.00
KBMQ: BURNET ASOS        :   105 /  79 /  0.00
KDRT: DEL RIO ASOS       :   108 /  77 /  0.00
KGTU: GEORGETOWN AWOS    :   106 /  73 /     M
KHDO: HONDO ASOS         :   107 /  71 /  0.00
KHYI: SAN MARCOS AWOS    :   108 /  73 /     M
K3T5: LA GRANGE AWOS     :   109 /  75 /  0.00
KSAT: SAN ANTONIO ASOS   :   108 /  77 /  0.00
KSSF: STINSON ASOS       :   106 /  73 /  0.00
KERV: KERRVILLE AWOS     :   103 /  67 /  0.00
KT82: FREDERICKSBURG AWOS:   103 /  70 /  0.00
KUVA: UVALDE AWOS        :   108 /  73 /     M
KECU: ROCKSPRINGS AWOS   :   102 /  77 /     M
KAQO: LLANO AWOS         :   100 /  73 /     M
KGYB: GIDDINGS AWOS      :   105 /  77 /  0.00
KPEZ: PLEASANTON AWOS    :   106 /  72 /  0.00
KRYW: LAGO VISTA AWOS    :   104 /  81 /     M
KSKF: PT SAN ANTONIO ASOS:   105 /  72 /    T
KRND: RANDOLPH AFB ASOS  :   107 /  77 /  0.00
KDLF: LAUGHLIN AFB ASOS  :   105 /  74 /  0.00
KCVB: CASTROVILLE AWOS   :   106 /  72 /  0.00
KDZB: HORSESHOE BAY AWOS :   106 /  75 /  0.00
KT20: GONZALES AWOS      :   109 /  75 /  0.00

THESE DATA ARE PRELIMINARY AND HAVE NOT UNDERGONE FINAL QUALITY CONTROL BY THE
NATIONAL CLIMATIC DATA CENTER /NCDC/. THEREFORE...THESE DATA ARE SUBJECT TO
REVISION. FINAL AND CERTIFIED CLIMATE DATA CAN BE ACCESSED AT WWW.NCDC.NOAA.GOV.

Don’t expect Sunday to shape up like this though. The large upper level ridge of high pressure that’s dominated our weather pattern this week has shifted west. That’s allowed a weak cold front to drop into Central Texas. With the wind shift and a small chance for rain, temperatures will stay closer to seasonable in the mid and upper 90s into the work week.

 

 

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