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Last Map Update: Fri, Dec. 2, 2016 at 8:24:07 pm CST

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The rain chances continue tonight across the region, with the best chances remaining across the northern ranchlands and the western brush country. A few thunderstorms may become strong across Zapata, Jim Hogg, and Brooks counties this evening and overnight and may produce small hail and gusty winds. Moderate southeasterly winds will help temperatures remain mild and above normal tonight, with lows dropping only into the upper 60s to lower 70s. For the mariners: a Small Craft Advisory is in effect for the Gulf waters 20 to 60 nautical miles from shore through midnight, mainly for hazardous seas.
Shower and thunderstorm chances will be on the increase Saturday as moisture increases across the region as an upper level low sinks south into northwest Mexico and east towards the Valley. Higher rain chances will remain focused primarily across the northern counties during the day, with the valley staying relatively dry. Temperatures will remain well above normal, with highs in the low to mid 80s across the area.
Saturday evening looks to be a busy one across the Rio Grande Valley with numerous events occurring. Rain chances are expected to pick up ahead of a cold front pushing across Texas. The highest rain chances during the evening hours will remain across the northern ranchlands, but rain chances will increase across the Valley after 9 pm, mainly west of McAllen. Mild temperatures will prevail and be accompanied by light to moderate east to southeast winds.
Unsettled weather will continue in Deep South Texas this weekend as moisture increases ahead of an upper level low pressure system moving in from the west. It is looking like the best chance of rain will be in the latter half of the weekend, with a few strong storms being possible. Conditions will clear out on Tuesday with temperatures warming up a few degrees before another cold front moves through on Wednesday.

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