Your 7 Day Weather & Air Quality Forecast | Monday, April 16

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DAY DESCRIPTION HIGH/LOW
PRECIP
WIND
HUMIDITY
MON
APR 16
SUNNY
84°/58° 0% SSE 18
55%
TUE
APR 17
SUNNY 88°/63° 10%
S 19
57%
WED
APR 18
PARTLY CLOUDY
84°/59° 20%
N 12
57%
THU
APR 19
CLOUDY
80°/61° 10%
E 12
47%
FRI
APR 20
CLOUDY/WINDY
78°/66° 20%
SE 22
70%
SAT
APR 21
THUNDERSTORMS
74°/55° 80%
SSW 13
89%
SUN
APR 22
SUNNY
76°/50° 0%
NNW 19
49%

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FORECAST REGION MON
APR 16
TUE
APR 17
WED
APR 18
Austin & Central Texas Region OZONE GOOD GOOD

Monday 04/16/2018
Winds may be light enough and/or incoming background levels high enough for ozone to reach “Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups” in parts of the Beaumont-Port Arthur and Houston areas, and “Moderate” in parts of the Austin, Brownsville-McAllen, Corpus Christi, Dallas-Fort Worth, El Paso, San Antonio, Tyler-Longview, Victoria, and Waco-Killeen areas, with highest concentrations in the afternoon and early evening.

Elsewhere in the state, moderate to strong winds and/or lower incoming background levels should help keep air quality in the “Good” range in most spots.

Tuesday 04/17/2018 Outlook
Winds may be light enough and/or incoming background levels high enough for ozone to reach and the lower end of the “Moderate” range in parts of the Austin, Beaumont-Port Arthur, Dallas-Fort Worth, El Paso, Houston, San Antonio, Tyler-Longview, and Waco-Killeen areas, with highest concentrations in the afternoon and early evening.

Strong afternoon and evening winds could generate and transport at times intense blowing dust throughout much of West Texas and the Panhandle possibly raising the daily PM10/PM2.5 AQIs to “Moderate” in parts of the Amarillo, Lubbock, El Paso, and Midland-Odessa areas.

Slightly elevated fine particulate background levels and building continental haze could be enough for the daily PM2.5 AQI to reach the lower end of the “Moderate” range in parts of the Tyler-Longview area.

Elsewhere in the state, moderate to strong winds and/or lower incoming background levels should help keep air quality in the “Good” range in most spots.


*Air Quality Index courtesy of Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.


 

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