A storm hit the Gulf Coast during the past week, bringing between 4 and 10 inches of rain, with isolated areas getting upwards of 15 inches. Due to the rain events, temperatures were cooler than the previous week in South Central Texas, the Upper Coast, the Coastal Bend, South Texas and the Lower Valley. Some areas of the Northern Plains received between 2 and 4 inches of precipitation, while East Texas and areas of the Blacklands, South Central Texas and the Edwards Plateau received between trace amounts to half of an inch. There were 5.6 days suitable for fieldwork.
Livestock conditions remained mostly good to fair across the state. However, cattle in areas of the Edwards Plateau was in poor condition. Horn flies population in the Northern High Plains was in the rise thanks to the recent rainfalls. Pasture and range condition was rated 69 percent fair to poor.