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Last Map Update: Sun, Mar. 26, 2017 at 12:23:08 am CDT

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Mostly clear skies in the evening with slowly falling temperatures as winds diminish. After midnight and towards sunrise Sunday lower clouds will be on the increase as the marine layer moves inland. Some patchy fog also develops but should be tame lowering visibilities to around 3 miles in some Northern Ranchland locations. Otherwise, very mild temperatures overnight with lows bottoming out in the mid to upper 60s to the lower 70s near the coast. –Bogorad-
Partly cloudy skies, above average temperatures and breezy winds are expected for the majority of the upcoming 5 days across Deep South Texas. Winds will be the lightest across the region on Monday. In addition to breezy winds, Thursday will feature a slight chance for rain and a few thunderstorms as a weak cold front advances into the region.

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