Central Texas Just Broke a Record For May – Will June Be Better?
Is it hot enough for you yet? Well, it will be. Meteorological summer starts this week, and in Central Texas, odds are that it won’t be anything like last year.
The National Weather Service is predicting a hotter than normal summer on the way for Central Texas. This area usually has at least 29 days of triple digit temps in a 12-month period, with most of them coming in August. However, we may get those super hot days much sooner than that.
Hurricane Season in Texas
Hurricane season officially starts Wednesday, June 1st, and the first system of the year could be forming. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), 2022 will be a very busy hurricane season.
Agatha, a category 2 hurricane, made landfall Monday in southern Mexico. The National Hurricane Center gives the system a 70% chance of developing into a tropical depression or storm over the next 5 days in the Gulf of Mexico.
First Hurricane of 2022
Alex is the first name on the 2022 hurricane list, but if the current storm regenerates in the Gulf, it will remain 'Agatha'. Potential future Alex -- or Agatha -- is expected to head toward Florida this weekend, and is no threat to Texas.
The bad news? KWTX is reporting that it looks like we will get past the 'A' names for hurricanes this summer.
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