Humidity Levels in Texas During September





The average humidity in September is listed below for places in Texas. The tables give daily averages along with highest and lowest relative humidity levels.

Relative humidity measures the actual amount of moisture in the air as a percentage of the maximum amount of moisture the air can hold.

All the numbers here are averages for the years 1961 to 1990.

Average Humidity

In this table, the Daily number is the average of humidity readings taken every three hours throughout the day. Morning percentages are for 6 am and Afternoon measures are for 3 pm local standard time. At the one exception, El Paso, humidity data are for 8 am and 5 pm.

Average relative humidity (%) in September
Daily Place Morning Afternoon
62 Abilene 78 46
61 Amarillo 80 42
68 Austin 86 49
76 Brownsville 90 59
76 Corpus Christi 90 60
67 Dallas 85 48
51 El Paso 59 34
67 Fort Worth 85 48
77 Houston 93 57
64 Lubbock 82 46
61 Midland 81 42
79 Port Arthur 92 62
65 San Angelo 84 46
68 San Antonio 86 48
76 Victoria 91 57
67 Waco 85 47
67 Wichita Falls 86 46

Highest and Lowest Humidity

Below are the averages during September for maximum and minimum humidity levels in Texas. The hours when this month's highest and lowest humidity readings usually occur are given in local standard time.

Daily high and low relative humidity (%) averages in September
High Time Place Low Time
78.0 6 am Abilene 45.8 3 pm
79.5 6 am Amarillo 41.6 3 pm
86.2 6 am Austin 48.5 3 pm
90.3 6 am Brownsville 59.3 3 pm
90.2 6 am Corpus Christi 59.6 3 pm
84.5 6 am Dallas 48.3 3 pm
69.2 5 am El Paso 33.8 2 pm
92.7 6 am Houston 57.1 3 pm
81.5 6 am Lubbock 45.7 3 pm
80.5 6 am Midland 41.5 3 pm
92.1 6 am Port Arthur 61.6 3 pm
83.7 6 am San Angelo 46.1 3 pm
85.6 6 am San Antonio 48.4 3 pm
91.4 6 am Victoria 56.8 3 pm
84.9 6 am Waco 47.3 3 pm
85.7 6 am Wichita Falls 46.2 3 pm
Reference

World Data Center for Meteorology. Climate of the World.

Texas Humidity
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