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Last Map Update: Mon, Feb. 27, 2017 at 3:05:09 am CST

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Winds decrease this evening and overnight and the lighter winds, especially out west, should allow for temperatures to fall into the low to mid 60s, with slightly higher temperatures closer to the coast. Partly cloudy skies can be expected, and patchy fog is possible again tonight, primarily across the ranchlands and brush country. Small craft should exercise caution this evening on the lower Texas coastal waters.
The beginning of your work week will include some patchy fog Monday morning with the main story being the continued heat that has resulted in numerous all-time records this month. Temperatures will range from 15-20 degrees above normal the first half of the week. A cold front will likely move through late Wednesday, which will bring a more significant drop in temperatures than the previous front, by the end of the week. Rain chances will increase by the end of the week as a possible overrunning pattern sets up.

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