Thunderstorms - some may contain locally heavy rain, especially during the morning hours. High 79F. SW winds shifting to N at 15 to 25 mph. Chance of rain 100%..
Partly cloudy skies. Low 67F. Winds N at 10 to 20 mph.
Updated: October 21, 2019 @ 5:30 am
October 21, 2019
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Galveston County, Texas
Speaking of October storms, when was the last two or three October tropical cyclones for our area? I like your new title, Weather Man Stan. Thanks once again for sharing your knowledge.
Thanks for posting the information on Gordon, without any hype. I was just thinking about your book, and thought you could use it as a basis to post in your Weather Blog, what Galveston's weather was like 100 years ago on each date. It would be interesting to note any real changes in tempe…
Thanks once again Stan for your weather knowledge. I always look forward to read your thoughts on the subject as living in a coastal county, can be so important in our daily lives. I also have a great respect for the NWS, but having our own local weather historian who knows of past weather…
Stan, once again you have shown why everyone in Galveston calls you Galveston's own Weather Man! Right on information even in a tough situation to gather the correct information. You should get a key to the City for all you do.
Thank you for shining a light on this important county-wide historic project. Please note that only the first image shows Helen Mooty; the second is Barbara Holt of Friendswood.
Hi Stan, thanks for the heads up on the possibility of a tropical development next week in the Gulf. The 10th anniversary of 2005's Rita's great threat and landfall is upon us over the next couple of days. What a birthday present I received when it turned away from Galveston County and dri…
It's great when I see reporters going to the true experts like our local NWS's Science & Operations Officer, Lance Wood. Wood and his meteorologist peers have been warning of a tropical cyclones storm surge for many years to citizens that live in threatened coastal area areas such as Ga…
Has anyone checked out how other States are doing this? I wonder if another State has a better plan? Just curious.
My hat is off to the Planners of the upcoming conference. It's refreshing to see such drive in keeping such an important subject in the forefront. In a quiet Hurricane Season such as this year's, apathy has dug in hard for much of the Gulf Coast; which is expected, as the last major hurric…
Nice posting as usual Stan.