Welcome to, sponsored by Mark Langford Photography. On this site you will find constant weather updates from my backyard in Helotes, Texas,as well as links to a variety of satellites, maps and other weather information.


USA Forecast Graphics

6 Day Forecast Maps from NOAA
1-4 Day World Forecasts
6-10 Forecast 
8-14 Day Forecast
 3 Month Forecast 
USA Daily Highs and Lows
El Niño/Southern Oscillation Discussion 
Precipitation Outlook for the Conterminous U.S.
One-Five Day Rainfall Estimates
Weather Records for the USA
Wind Chill-Heat Index for USA
Current Texas Temperatures
NOAA Models
NCAR Models

Severe Weather

Storm Prediction Center
Storm Reports from the Storm Prediction Center
Weather Warnings and Reports from Mesonet

NOAA-HRRR Model Fields
NOAA-HRRR Model Fields-More Options

NOAA WPC Winter Probabilistic Forecast
Real Time Lightning Strikes
Air Turbulence Map
Air Turbulence Reports and Forecast
How to become a Storm Spotter

  NOAA Texas Forecasts

           Austin               Midland/Odessa   
 Brownsville              San Angelo
     Dallas                  San Antonio
El Paso                     Tyler
Houston                    Waco
     Kerrville                Wichita Falls

Weather Groups


Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network
Become a member and report your rainfall totals for NOA

Spotter Network

The SpotterNetwork brings storm spotters, storm chasers, coordinators and public servants together in a seamless network of information. It provides accurate position data of spotters and chasers for coordination/reporting and provides ground truth to public servants engaged in the protection of life and property.

SevereStudios was founded by broadcasters and storm chasers Kenny Allen and Kory Hartman, and is dedicated to informing the public about severe weather. Their mission is to develop and promote initiatives that will focus on better severe weather preparedness and action. SevereStudios provides severe weather information, including spotter reports and live on-scene video, to the greater public through collaboration with media and local and state government.

San Antonio Trans-Guide Cameras

Besides being good for traffic, these cameras are also useful for tracking where the rain is falling.

Environmental Weather

San Antonio Weather Records

Lowest Temperature:   0 degrees (F) (1-31-1949)

Highest Temperature:  111 degrees (9-5-2000)

Highest Wind Gust: 77mph (7-10-1979)

Driest Year: 10.11in  (1917)

Wettest Year: 52.28in  (1973) 

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