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Last Map Update: Mon, Aug. 21, 2017 at 6:36:10 pm CDT

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Another day, another shot of hot and humid air. We will add a few showers and thunderstorms into the forecast today though, and temperatures may be a degree or two cooler than they have been.
Tonight will be another warm and humid night. Mainly clear skies in the evening will give way to partly cloudy skies developing overnight. Just a tad cooler, with lows from the mid to upper 70s inland areas and lower 80s coast. South to southeast winds will diminish to 5 to 15 mph during the evening and overnight.
Isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible through Wednesday night, as moisture increases from the Gulf of Mexico. Weather conditions become more uncertain Thursday through Saturday, as the remnants of former Tropical Storm Harvey move into the Bay of Campeche and Gulf of Mexico this week. Residents are urged to keep track of the latest forecasts, as there is uncertainty on whether the remnants of Harvey develop into an organized tropical cyclone and where this possible cyclone will move over the next several days. One thing residents should be certain of is that they remain prepared this hurricane season.

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