Your 7 Day Weather & Air Quality Forecast | Monday, February 11

Your 7 Day Weather & Air Quality Forecast | Monday, February 11

Your Central Texas

Weather Forecast

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DAY DESCRIPTION HIGH/LOW PRECIP WIND MPH HUMIDITY
MON
FEB 11
CLOUDY 65° / 46° 20% SSW 10 87%
TUE
FEB 12
SUNNY 65° / 35° 0% N 16 38%
WED
FEB 13
MOSTLY CLOUDY 66° / 50° 0% S 12 47%
THU
FEB 14
CLOUDY 76° / 57° 10% SSW 17 65%
FRI
FEB 15
PARTLY CLOUDY 77° / 46° 0% NNW 12 41%
SAT
FEB 16
PARTLY CLOUDY 67° / 48° 0% ESE 8 52%
SUN
FEB 17
CLOUDY 65° / 54° 10% ENE 11 67%

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FORECAST REGION MON
FEB 11
TUE
FEB 12
WED
FEB 13
Austin & Central Texas Region GOOD GOOD GOOD

MONDAY 2/11/2019
Afternoon and evening winds in West Texas and the Panhandle associated with an advancing front may be strong enough to generate to and transport light amounts of patchy blowing dust, possibly allowing the daily PM10 AQI to reach the “Moderate” range in parts of the Amarillo, El Paso, Lubbock, and Midland-Odessa areas, and the daily PM2.5 AQI to reach the lower end of the “Moderate” range in parts of the El Paso and Lubbock areas.

Otherwise and elsewhere in the state, moderate to strong winds, cool temperatures, heavy cloud cover with precipitation, and/or lower incoming background levels should help keep air quality in the “Good” range in most spots.

TUESDAY 2/12/2019
If increased incoming background levels are high enough, ozone could reach the lower end of the “Moderate” range in parts of the El Paso area, with highest concentrations in the afternoon and early evening.

Suspended blowing dust generated the previous day over West Texas and the Panhandle will be transported across the state along the leading edge of a strong advancing cold front, briefly raising particulate levels in most spots as the front arrives. However, the intensity and duration of the transported dust is not expected to be enough to raise the daily PM2.5 or PM10 AQIs beyond the “Good” range in most spots.

Otherwise and elsewhere in the state, moderate to strong winds, cold temperatures, heavy cloud cover with precipitation, 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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