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Anyone Know If Its Supposed To Rain Today?

Jk!!! We Are About To Drown Here In La Porte! I Dont Think It Is Ever Going To Quit Raining. I Guess Thats How It Goes, Good Weather While Your Working, Stupid Rain When Your Off!! Oh Well, Maybe Soon Ill Be Able To Go Slam Some Trout!! Good Luck To Everyone, Im Sure Theres Some Hardcores Out There Fishing Right Now!!

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I would say there is a chance of rain and some lightening...

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1025 Am Cdt Fri Jul 27 2007

...abnormally Wet And Cool July 2007...

The Corpus Christi International Airport Has Received 18.05 Inches
Of Rainfall As Of July 26th. This Shatters The Previous July Monthly
Precipitation Record Of 11.92 Inches Set Back In 1931 And 1976.
The Most Rainfall Corpus Christi Has Received In Any Month Is
20.33 Inches Which Was Set In 1967 When Hurricane Beulah Struck
Corpus Christi. 2.28 Inches Within The Next 5 Days Would Tie The
Record For The Wettest Month In History. Corpus Christi Has Almost
Received Its Normal Annual Rainfall Total Of 32.26 Inches With
31.28 Inches Observed At The Airport. The Abundant Rainfall Has
Kept Temperatures Down Considerably. The Average Temperature For
The Month Is 81.5 Which Is 2.3 Degrees Below Normal. This
Currently Places Corpus Christi With Its 6th Coolest July In

The Victoria Regional Airport Has Received 19.83 Inches Of
Rainfall As Of 10 Am July 27th. This Is A New Rainfall Record For
The Month Of July And The Wettest Month Ever For Victoria. The Old
July Record Was 13.59 Inches Set In 1990 And The Previous Wettest
Month On Record Was In September Of 1978 When 19.05 Inches Of Rain
Fell. So Far This Year Victoria Has Received 54.69 Inches Of Rain.
The Normal Annual Rainfall Is 32.26 And The Record For Most
Rainfall In A Year Is 73.70 In 2004. Temperatures This Month Are
Also Below Normal. The Average Temperature For The Month Of July
Is 80.7 Which Is 3.5 Degrees Below Normal.

Other July Rainfall Totals Across South Texas:

Alice: 17.38 Inches
Rockport: 13.94 Inches
Cotulla: 9.38 Inches

The Last 5 Days Of July Look Rather Wet For South Texas. With
Ample Moisture In Place And An Upper Level Low Sitting Almost Stationary
Over South Texas The Threat Of Heavy Rainfall Will Be Likely Through
Sunday July 29th. Rainfall Totals Across South Texas Are
Anticipated To Rise...breaking Records And Increasing Newly Set
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