What is the latitude of Texas?

The state of Texas extends a little more than 10-1/2 degrees in latitude.

Its northernmost extent is the border between the Texas and Oklahoma panhandles, at 36 degrees 30 minutes north latitude.

Its southernmost extent is the dip in the Rio Grande River about 1.6 miles south of the intersection of Browne Ave. and Southmost Rd. in Brownsville, on the US-Mexico boundary at about 25 degrees 50.2 minutes north latitude.
The state of Texas extends a little more than 10-1/2 degrees in latitude.

Its northernmost extent is the border between the Texas and Oklahoma panhandles, at 36 degrees 30 minutes north latitude.

Its southernmost extent is the dip in the Rio Grande River about 1.6 miles south of the intersection of Browne Ave. and Southmost Rd. in Brownsville, on the US-Mexico boundary at about 25 degrees 50.2 minutes north latitude.