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Last Map Update: Sun, Feb. 25, 2018 at 9:22:10 pm CST

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A weak cold front helps bring some much needed rain to portions of the Rio Grande Valley and Lower Texas Coast tonight. Patchy fog this evening becomes areas of fog overnight along the lower valley, coast and nearshore waters. An isolated thunderstorm is possible near the front overnight.
Dense fog continues across the nearshore Gulf waters from 0 to 20 nautical miles out. Visibility may be reduced to 1 nautical mile or less at times. Mariners are advised to slow down, use running lights and fog horns where appropriate.
A cloudy and damp start to the week will be expected as Monday will feature the likely chance for showers and a slight chance of thunderstorms. Temperatures will quickly return to well above average levels for Tuesday and Wednesday as winds increase out of the south and skies become partly cloudy. A slight chance for showers will remain possible across the northern ranchlands on Tuesday. After a windy afternoon, expect the arrival of a cold front for Wednesday night with a slight chance of rain and thunderstorms. Expect for temperatures to return to near normal levels by the end of the week in the wake of the cold front under partly cloudy skies.

 
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  • In the Location column, click on links for a list of recent observations at sites of interest. A new window will open.
  • In the Wind column, the letter indicates direction the wind blows from (N=North, E=East, S=South, W=West, NE=Northeast, etc). VRB is "variable" and G is "gust". Wind speeds are in MPH.
  • In the Baro (pressure) column, values are in inches.
  • The Chill column indicates the Wind Chill Index, or "Feels Like" Temperature. "N/A" will be displayed if values are not available or greater than 40 degrees.
 
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