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Stan Blazyk is a life-long weather enthusiast, long-time Galveston resident and author of "A Century of Galveston Weather." He has written about weather for The Daily News for more than a decade.
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Stan Blazyk

Still looking for a front Monday night into early Tuesday. Won't be "cold" but the morning lows will range from the mid-to low 70's at the beach mid-week, with perhaps even a little cooler by Thursday or Friday.

Stan Blazyk

Likewise!

Stan Blazyk

On the good news side, it appears as through the heaviest rain has shifted to our east and that the atmosphere over the County has stabilized some in the wake of this morning's rain. If that holds then we may be spared the heaviest rains......still there is time for that to change so I wi…

Stan Blazyk

Don't know where you are getting that data. According to the official records of the Houston-Galveston National Weather Service, the 97 degree high yesterday eclipsed the previous high temperature record for the date of 95 set in 1875. Also, according to the Climate Database none of the y…

Stan Blazyk

Yes. West Texas is really drying up.

Stan Blazyk

Outflow boundaries from thunderstorms drifting south had led to a Special Marine Warning for parts of the Bay and the Coast. https://marine.weather.gov/showsigwx.php?warnzone=GMZ355&warncounty=marine&firewxzone=&local_place1=7NM%20ENE%20Galveston%20TX&product1=Special+Mari…

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Timely update. One change in the operating procedures for the National Hurricane Center is that the NHC will begin issuing regular reports on May 15 instead of waiting until June 1.

Stan Blazyk

Models still wobbling on whether the Island will get a freeze, but most of the mainland certainly will.

Stan Blazyk

Right. That is the official Houston NWS forecast this morning. With the models wobbling some over the past few days, we could end up anywhere between 30 degrees to 36 degrees on the Island, depending in part on the exact timing of the frontal passage and how quickly skies will clear. But,…