Houston Climate – Wet climate begins right now, together with hurricane season

UPDATE: June 2nd, 2021 – It is the second day of the hurricane season and we urge you to prepare for an active hurricane season. Here is today’s weather update from Chief Meteorologist Adam Krueger.

Houston weather – several rainy days on tap

We are ready to protect you during the hurricane season that began June 1st. Here’s a look at a “Prepare and Protect” hurricane special presented by the NO WAIT WEATHER team here at CW39 Houston.

“Prepare and protect” – Hurricane Special

HOUSTON (CW39) A near-stationary depression in the vicinity will be responsible for generating multiple waves of showers and storms across Texas for several days. Be careful of the weather as it can sometimes experience heavy rain. (Click here for live radar)

The highest rain totals for the next 7 days will be here in southeast Texas along with the central and southern parts of the state. The National Weather Service suggests rainfall totals in the 3-5 ″ range on average, but isolated locations could certainly see more. A prime example of this was a recent 3-9 ″ loop near Crockett (about 100 miles north of Houston).

These rain waves will keep recurring in nature, so it won’t rain constantly for days, but rain likely looks like most days through to the weekend.

Let’s not forget that today, June 1st, marks the official start of the hurricane season in the Atlantic. Most experts, including NOAA and Colorado State University scientists, expect more activity than average.

There is currently a newly formed tropical storm south of Mexico in the Pacific. The second named E. Pacific Storm that season.

No tropical storms are expected in the Atlantic, Gulf and Caribbean in the next 5 days.

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