The last couple of months in Texas have definitely been a challenge when it comes to surviving the brutal summer heat waves in the great state. Just staying out of the sun and making sure you have your sunscreen on might be a couple of ways to avoid somewhat of the heat index but the reality of it is, it is scorching and miserable in the great state even if you’re indoors.
As of March 2023, NOAA says we are no longer officially in La Niña. The Pacific waters are in a neutral state. By hurricane season, NOAA says they expect we will have transitioned to El Niño This could mean some changes for San Angelo.
Almanacs historically are about 50/50 when it comes to being accurate. Given that they also are trying to make money, it is always better for them if their predictions lean toward the dire. Afterall, bad news sells, right? Unfortunately, NOAA long range forecasts aren't much better.