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Moon Phase
Day 9
moon
Waxing Gibbous
Next Full Moon is at
11:16 PM on Sunday,
January 20, 2019
Moonrise 1:42pm
Moonset 2:31am


Temperatures
Normal Temps
Hi 55.8°F
Lo 36.6°F
Yesterday's Temps
Hi 48.4°F (3:01pm)
Lo 29.4°F (3:47am)
Temps One Year Ago
Hi 27°F
Lo 15.9°F
Record Temps (TTW)1
Hi 72.2°F (2012)
Lo 15.5°F (2018)
Record Temps (Airport)2
Hi 80°F (1914)
Lo 15°F (1963)
1TylerTexasWeather.Com records since Nov 2006
2Tyler Pounds Airport records









Current Conditions

Updated7:01am Currently Today's Extremes
Temperature 46.3 ^uni007^ Hi: 46.6 ^uni007^ (^vht007^)
Lo: 46.3 ^uni007^ (^vlt007^)
     24-hour temp difference 15.4°F  Falling Temps
     
Humidity 86% Hi:  ()
Lo:  ()
Dew Point
42.3°F
Hi: °F ()
Lo: °F ()
Wind    @ 
Gusts: 
Hi:  ()
Lo:  ()
Barometric Pressure 30.25 inHg
Steady
Hi:  in ()
Lo:  in ()
UV Index 0.0
Hi: 0.0 (12:00am)
Solar Radiation 0 W/m2 Hi:  W/sqm ()
Lo:  W/sqm ()
Rain     4 days since last rain
        4 days of rain this month
         4 days of rain this year
Today: ^vxv121^ ^uni121^
Yesterday: 0.00 in
Last 7 Days: 0.44 in
MTD: 2.79 in  (Normal: 1.59 in)
YTD: 2.79 in  (Normal: 1.59 in)
Record for this date: 2.34 in (2017)

How Cold Has It Been?

Total Days with Low 32°F or Below Most Consecutive Days with Low 32°F or Below Total Days with High 32°F or Below Most Consecutive Days with High 32°F or Below
10 3 0 0


Tyler Texas Area Forecast

Today

Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
High: 59°
PoP: 0%
Tonight

Mostly Cloudy
Mostly Cloudy
Low: 50°
PoP: 0%
Thursday

Mostly Cloudy
Mostly Cloudy
High: 68°
PoP: 0%
Thursday
night
Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
Low: 44°
PoP: 0%
Friday

Thunder storm
Thunder storm
High: 66°
PoP: 60%
Friday
night
Thunder storm
Thunder storm
Low: 53°
PoP: 80%


National Forecasts

Wunderground



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East Texas Air Quality

Current Air Quality
Pollutant AQI Index AQI Value
Ozone  Good  18
Particle  Good  45
Air Quality Forecast
Forecast AQI Index Ozone Particles Fine Particles
Today  Good   Good   Good   Good 
Tomorrow  Good   Good   Good   Good 


Pollen Count

Allergen G/CM Result Primary Pollen / Mold
Trees 1   Low  Cedar
Weeds 0   Absent  
Grasses 0   Absent  
Molds 183   Low  Ascomycetes, Cladosporium
G/CM: Grains per Cubic Meter of Air
Latest update available from UT Health Science Center at Tyler posted at 2:30PM on January 15, 2019
Next Update: Wednesday, January 16, 2019


Allergy Forecast

Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Index Description Index Description Index Description Index Description
6.9  Medium  6.9  Medium  7.5  Medium-High  6.6  Medium 
Predominant Pollen: Cedar/Juniper


UV Forecast

Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
UV Index Description UV Index Description UV Index Description UV Index Description
3.6  Moderate  3.6  Moderate  2.6  Moderate  2.5  Moderate 


Solar Radiation Forecast

Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
W/m2 Description W/m2 Description W/m2 Description W/m2 Description
441  Low  532  Moderate  355  Low  479  Moderate 


Soil Moisture and Temperature

Depth Temp (°F)
Now / Hi / Lo
Temperature Status Moisture (cb)
Now / Wettest / Driest
Moisture Status
4 inches 46 / 46 / 46    Root Growth Only    5 / 5 / 5    Saturated Soil   
8 inches 47 / 47 / 46    Root Growth Only    2 / 2 / 2    Saturated Soil   


Current Levels of Lakes within an approximate 50-mile Radius of Tyler
Click here to view locations of Tyler Area Lakes

Lake Normal Level Current Level Departure from Normal Water Temp Last Update
Lake Tyler 375.40 feet 375.59 feet 0.19 feet above normal N/A 6:30am on 1/16
Lake Palestine 345.00 feet 345.82 feet 0.82 feet above normal 47–49°F 6:00am on 1/16
Lake Fork 403.00 feet 402.55 feet 0.45 feet below normal 47–50°F 6:30am on 1/16
Lake Athens 440.00 feet 440.53 feet 0.53 feet above normal 46–50°F 6:30am on 1/16
Lake Tawakoni 437.50 feet 438.37 feet 0.87 feet above normal 47–50°F 6:15am on 1/16
Cedar Creek Rsvr 322.00 feet 322.00 feet 0.00 feet Normal Level 46–49°F 5:45am on 1/16
Richland-Chambers 315.00 feet 315.09 feet 0.09 feet above normal 46–49°F 5:45am on 1/16
Lake O' the Pines 228.50 feet 233.92 feet 5.42 feet above normal 49–51°F 6:30am on 1/16
Lake Bob Sandlin 337.50 feet 337.80 feet 0.30 feet above normal 48–51°F 6:00am on 1/16
N/A indicates the current data for the reporting station is not available


Fire Danger

Fire Weather Index Forecast
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday
3 5 4 0 0 1 0
 Low   Moderate   Low   Low   Low   Low   Low 



Texas Extremes for Past 24 Hours

   High Temp   
62°F at Brownsville/Intl, TX
   Low Temp   
24°F at Marfa Amos, TX
24°F at Dalhart/Muni, TX
   Precipitation   
No Precipation Reported for TX


Contiguous US Extremes for Past 24 Hours

   High Temp   
80°F at Homestead/Afb, FL
80°F at Miami/Kendall-tamiami, FL
   Low Temp   
-22°F at Clayton Lake, ME
   Precipitation   
1.83 in at Van Nuys-los Angeles, CA


Countdown to Winter
 Winter begins December 21 at 4:23PM  CST  

Did You Know?

HAIL, SLEET, FREEZING RAIN, OR GRAUPEL?
Hail normally occurs in thunderstorms and is the result of strong up drafts that repeatedly carry growing chunks of ice upwards into the clouds. Once the hail stones become too heavy to be lifted by the up drafts, they fall to the ground. Sleet occurs during a winter storm and is caused by rain falling into a cold layer of air aloft which has to be below freezing. As the raindrops fall through the cold layer of air, they freeze and become small ice pellets. Freezing rain is basically rain that falls onto the ground and then freezes AFTER it hits the ground. It causes a glaze of ice on trees and any surface that is below freezing. Graupel forms as snow, then is rimed in layers by supercooled liquid from updrafts into showers. Usually occurs when the lower atmosphere is very unstable. Also called snow pellets.