On January 9, an arctic high pressure system settled over west central Texas and caused bitter cold temperatures across the region. Low temperatures plummeted to the 4 to 8 degree range mainly south of Interstate 20.
On February 11, an upper level low pressure system interacted with a modified arctic air mass to cause heavy snow over the area mainly north of a line from Sterling city to Brownwood. Snow amounts north of Interstate 20 reached 4 to 7 inches. Seven inches of snow was reported at Rotan.
On February 23, a potent upper level low pressure system embedded in northwest flow moved into the region and brought a combination of cold air and snow. Four to six inches of powdery snow was reported across the region between the Interstate 10 and Interstate 20.
On May 15, a severe thunderstorm produced extensive wind damage and large hail near and north of the town of Mason. A National Weather Service survey team reported several trees down, a livestock auction facility suffered considerable roof damage, and a barn was damaged. Law enforcement officials reported many power lines down in Mason.
On May 24, strong thunderstorms dumped 5 to 7 inches of rain across central and northern Mason county producing significant flash flooding in creeks and streams. The Mason County Sheriff's Office reported extensive street flooding in and near the town of Mason, and a couple of high water rescues were reported. Flooding was reported on Wolf Creek and numerous other small streams across northern Mason county prompting temporary closure of Highway 386 north of Mason.