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Last Map Update: Mon, Jan. 23, 2017 at 12:29:08 am CST

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Winds have decreased to below Gale-force, but conditions will still be hazardous this evening with Small Craft Advisories in effect until 7 PM for the Laguna and midnight on the Gulf.
As winds diminish this evening the Wind Advisory and Red Flag Warning will expire, but there are still a couple wildfires burning in Hidalgo and Brooks counties this evening. With northwest winds, some of that smoke will continue to blow over the RGV and it may be a bit hazy through tonight. Tomorrow another warm day with sunny skies expected.
Dry conditions are expected for much of the upcoming workweek except for Friday where a slight chance for showers return. The combination of gusty southerly winds and low relative humidity, will lead to an another high fire danger on Tuesday. The next cold front pushes across the region into early Wednesday bringing breezy northwesterly winds and slightly cooler temperatures into the second half of the week.

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