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This site provides current Tyler Texas weather conditions, weather radar, short and 10-day forecasts, weather maps, Lake Tyler water level, Lake Palestine water level, and Texas drought information.

It also provides links to official weather sites such as the National Weather Service (NWS) and the National Hurricane Center (NHC), and popular regional media outlets.

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Lake Palestine Water Levels ... Conservation Pool Elevation is 345.00'
USGS Identifier 08031400
Chart and Data Courtesy of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)

chart of Lake Palestine Water Levels in feet above sea level

Lake Tyler Water Levels ... Conservation Pool Elevation is 375.40'
USGS Identifier 08034000
Chart and Data Courtesy of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)

chart of Lake Tyler Water Levels in feet above sea level

More Details and Charts of Lake Tyler and Lake Palestine Water Levels


Tyler 2015 Rainfall Records

The normal annual rainfall for Tyler is 45.79". Rain records were broken in 2015 with a total of 68.05" of rain in Tyler recorded at Pounds Airport. The last nine months of the year each featured double-digit rainfall amounts. April of 2015 was the wettest month of the year, with 17.1" of rain recorded.

The well above average rain totals were attributed to El Nino. With El Nino, the temperature of the water in the tropics increases and causes changes to temperature and precipitation trends across the globe. For East Texas, with El Nino, the result is above average rainfall, especially during the winter and spring.

Tyler 2011 Heat Wave

Tyler experienced a string of 46 consecutive days with temperatures of 100° or more during the summer of 2011; the streak ended on August 12. But the drought continued.

The normal number of days per summer above 100 is seven days, yet Tyler had 70 days above 100°. The previous record was 47 days in 1998. On August 2, the temperature in Tyler reached 110°. In addition, Tyler has had 25 days at/over 105°.

The normal amount for July in Tyler is 2.16 inches, and in July of 2011 Tyler received only 0.08 inches of rain. According to the Texas State Climatologist, this is the worst one-year drought in recorded state history.

100 Degree Temperature Information for the Summer of 2011
(courtesy of the National Weather Service)

100 degree temperatures and records for Tyler and East Texas for 2011 ... courtesy of the US Weather Service

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