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Last Map Update: Tue, Jan. 24, 2017 at 3:22:11 am CST

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Mostly clear skies expected tonight with overnight lows in the mid 50s to low 60s across Deep South Texas, roughly 5-12 degrees above normal for late January. Winds will gradually increase overnight from SE 8-12mph to SSE 13-16 mph. For the mariners, expect seas of 1-4 feet overnight, building tomorrow with increasing winds to 4 to 7 feet or higher.
Tuesday will trend warm to hot with possible record high temperatures across the Rio Grande Valley. Additionally, a fire danger is to exist with increased southerly winds and low relative humidity values, especially the Lower Valley. A fire danger will continue into the day on Wednesday following the passage of a dry cold front as a result of breezy northwest winds and the remaining of low relative humidity values across the region. The second half of the workweek will trend cooler and dry following the front on Wednesday. Saturday can expect cloudy skies with cooler temperatures and the chance for rain.

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