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Last Map Update: Sun, Feb. 26, 2017 at 2:20:09 am CST

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Northeast winds will shift to the southeast and decrease to light tonight as high pressure shifts east. This will bring moisture back into the region, with overnight low temperatures in the 50s and 60s. Patchy fog may develop across the ranchlands and brush country late tonight and early tomorrow morning. If you're heading out on the lower Texas coastal waters, small craft should exercise caution on the offshore Gulf waters.
Temperatures will continue to be well above normal and will surge again to the upper 80s and upper 90s the first half of the week with mainly dry conditions. A weak disturbance and a slight uptick in moisture may allow for a few showers in the northern areas on Sunday, but the better rain chances don’t come until the end of the week in the wake of our next cold front. Until then, expect the summer-like heat to continue.

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