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Moon Phase
Day 19
Waning Gibbous
80% Illuminated
Lunation: 1221
Next Full Moon is at
9:57 AM on Wednesday,
October 20, 2021
Moonrise 10:04pm
Moonset 11:26am

Normal Temps1
Hi 86.3°F
Lo 64.2°F
Yesterday's Temps
Hi 82.1°F (3:43pm)
Lo 53.2°F (7:09am)
Temps One Year Ago
Hi 74.6°F
Lo 60.6°F
Record Temps (TTW)2
NEW Station Low 55.5°F
Hi 98.2°F (2011)
Lo 58.5°F (2013)
Record Temps (Airport)3
Hi 100°F (2011)
Lo 43°F (1989)
1Tyler Pounds Airport normals (1991-2020)
2TylerTexasWeather.Com records since Nov 2006
3Tyler Pounds Airport records

Current Conditions

Updated12:33pm Currently Today's Extremes
Temperature 78.7°F Hi: 78.7°F (12:26pm)
Lo: 55.5°F (7:14am) New Station Low
     24-hour temp difference 1.9°F  Falling Temps
Humidity 58% Hi:  ()
Lo:  ()
Dew Point
How Does It Feel?
   Gettin Sticky   
Hi: °F ()
Lo: °F ()
Wind    @ 
Wind Run: 8.9 miles
Hi:  ()
Lo:  ()
Barometric Pressure 30.10 inHg
Hi:  in ()
Lo:  in ()
UV Index 1.3
Hi: 1.3 (12:21pm)
Solar Radiation 70 W/m2 Hi:  W/sqm ()
Lo:  W/sqm ()
Rain     6 days since last rain
        2 days of rain this month
         83 days of rain this year
Today: 0.00 in
Yesterday: 0.00 in
Last 7 Days: 0.10 in
MTD: 0.26 in  (Normal: 2.55 in)
YTD: 44.35 in  (Normal: 29.98 in)
Record for this date: 2.00 in (1893)

How Hot Has It Been?

Days with High 90°F or Above Days with High 95°F or Above Days with High 100°F or Above
50 0 0
Projected Number of Days with High 90°F or Above for Summer – 59 Days
"Hot Days" data is updated daily at Midnight

Tyler Texas Area Forecast

High: 84°

Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
Low: 61°

Mostly Sunny
Mostly Sunny
High: 87°
Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
Low: 63°

Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
High: 82°
Mostly Cloudy
Mostly Cloudy
Low: 69°
PoP: 0% PoP: 0% PoP: 0% PoP: 0% PoP: 0% PoP: 0%

National Forecasts

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Tyler Air Quality

Current Air Quality Index
10µm Particles NowCast 10µm Particles
24-hr Avg
2.5µm Particles NowCast 2.5µm Particles
24-hr Avg
11 13 47 54 44
 Good   Good   Good   Moderate   Good 

Air Quality Forecast
Forecast 10µm Particles 2.5µm Particles Ozone
Today  Good   Good   Good 
Tomorrow  Good   Good   Good 

Pollen Count

Allergen G/CM Result Primary Pollen / Mold
Trees 0   Absent  
Weeds 39   Moderate  Ragweed
Grasses 1   Low  
Molds 583   Low  Ascomycetes, Cladosporium
G/CM: Grains per Cubic Meter of Air
Latest update available from UT Health Science Center at Tyler posted at 9:23AM on September 24, 2021
Next Update: Monday, September 27, 2021

Allergy Forecast

Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday
Index Description Index Description Index Description Index Description
10.4  High  10.6  High  11.5  High  9.9  High 
Predominant Pollen: Ragweed and Grass

UV Forecast

Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday
UV Index Description UV Index Description UV Index Description UV Index Description
7.7  Very High  7.8  Very High  4.2  Moderate  7.6  Very High 

Solar Radiation Forecast

Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday
W/m2 Description W/m2 Description W/m2 Description W/m2 Description
835  High  810  High  389  Low  775  High 

Soil Moisture and Temperature

Depth Temp (°F)
Now / Hi / Lo
Temperature Status Moisture (cb)
Now / Wettest / Driest
Moisture Status
4 inches 66 / 68 / 65    Optimal Shoot Growth    4 / 4 / 4    Saturated Soil   
8 inches 67 / 69 / 67    Optimal Shoot Growth    15 / 15 / 15    Adequately Wet   

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 374.97 feet 0.43 feet below normal 89°F 11:30am on 9/25
Lake Palestine 345.00 feet 344.60 feet 0.40 feet below normal 80°F 12:00pm on 9/25
Lake Fork 403.00 feet 401.25 feet 1.75 feet below normal 80°F 11:30am on 9/25
Lake Athens 440.00 feet 439.86 feet 0.14 feet below normal 91°F 11:30am on 9/25
Lake Tawakoni 437.50 feet 436.61 feet 0.89 feet below normal 80°F 12:15pm on 9/25
Cedar Creek Rsvr 322.00 feet 321.17 feet 0.83 feet below normal 82°F 11:45am on 9/25
Richland-Chambers 315.00 feet 313.82 feet 1.18 feet below normal 81°F 11:45am on 9/25
Lake O' the Pines 228.50 feet 229.33 feet 0.83 feet above normal 80°F 11:30am on 9/25
Lake Bob Sandlin 337.50 feet 336.38 feet 1.12 feet below normal 79°F 12:00pm on 9/25
Water Temps are updated weekly each Wednesday by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
N/A indicates the current data for the reporting station is not available

Fire Danger

Fire Weather Index Forecast
Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
1 3 3 6 5 3 2
 Low   Low   Low   Moderate   Moderate   Low   Low 

Texas Extremes for Friday, September 24, 2021

   High Temp   
94° F at Zapata County Airport, TX
   Low Temp   
46° F at Brownwood Municipal Ap, TX
0.01 in at El Paso Intl Ap, TX

Contiguous US Extremes for Friday, September 24, 2021

   High Temp   
100° F at Merced Castle Afb, CA
   Low Temp   
25° F at Stanley Ranger Station, ID
3.38 in at Mount Washington, NH

Countdown to Fall
 Fall begins September 22 at 2:21PM  CDT  

Did You Know?

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.