What’s the weather like in Texas in February?
Texas is a large US state with lots of different landscapes, ranging from dry deserts to lush forests and sandy beaches. The west is generally much drier than the east, where a humid, subtropical climate brings more wet weather. February is one of the coolest months of the year across the state, but temperatures can still be warm in certain places.
Close to the Gulf of Mexico coast in southeastern Texas, Houston has an average temperature of 14ºC in February. Highs reach 19ºC in the peak of the afternoon, falling to 9ºC at night, with around 80mm of rain forecast over the course of the month. The city of Austin is further inland, and has similar temperatures but a bit less rain during February. Things are cooler in Dallas in the north east, which has highs of 15ºC, lows of 3ºC and around 60mm of rain. Meanwhile, in El Paso in the far western corner of Texas, there’s a big difference in daytime and nighttime temperatures. You’ll have highs of 17ºC in the peak of the afternoon, and lows of 1ºC at night, but just 10mm of rain.