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Temperatures and Precipitation for 5/16/2017 - 5/22/2017


  Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon
 Low 66 63 63 72 64 64 59
 High 86 76 89 87 86 76 69
 Precip trace 0.10 0 0 0.10 0.02 0.24


NOTE: The weather data displayed on this page is collected at the United States Department of Agriculture, Knipling-Bushland U. S. Livestock Insects Research Laboratory in Kerrville, Texas. Precipitation amounts are for the 24 hour period ending at 8:00 AM on the day indicated.




Temperature and Rainfall data so far this month.


Weather Data for January-April 2017


Archived Data


Summary for April 2017:

The total rainfall for the month was 1.35 inches, which is 0.90 inches below the 30 year average monthly rainfall of 2.25 inches.

The total rainfall for the year was 9.82 inches, which is 1.86 inches above the 30 year average of 7.96 inches.


Temperatures averaged 65.4 degrees, which matches the 30 year average temperature of 65.4 degrees.

The average high for the month was 77.6 degrees, 0.5 degrees below the 30 year average of 78.1 degrees.

The average low was 53.1 degrees, 0.4 degrees above the 30 year average of 52.7 degrees.




The first graph shows the year to date rainfall, the normal amount to date (30 year average).


The second graph shows the rainfall for each month of the year in 2016 and the normal amount (30 year average) for each month.


The remaining graphs show monthly rainfall and normals (30 year average) for previous years. 


** Please note: The graphs which appear on this page are a visual representation of the weather data collected at KBUSLIRL. For specific rainfall data, please refer to the table above and/or the links to data made available on this site.







Monthly Rainfall and Averages for 2011

Monthly Rainfall and Averages for 2010

Monthly Rainfall and Averages for 2009

2008 Rainfall by Month

2007 Rainfall by Month

Last Modified: 5/22/2017
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