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Last Map Update: Tue, Dec. 12, 2017 at 10:05:12 am CST

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A weak cold front will move through South Texas later this morning maintaining the dry mild conditions across the region. Highs will be in the upper 60s to around 70. A weak to moderate north wind can be expected.
Clear and cool tonight with lows in the upper 30s to lower 40s and light northerly winds.
Dry and mild Wednesday. A cold front will move across the region Thursday evening through early Friday and may trigger isolated showers over the offshore coastal waters. Mariners in small craft should exercise caution Thursday night and Friday. An upper level disturbance and associated cold front may generate isolated showers over the Coastal Bend Sunday.
Here is a map of the snowfall totals observed during the winter weather event December 7 and December 8 2017. The darker blue areas (and small area of yellow in Corpus Christi) was where the heavier snow occurred due to convective snow bands, including some thunder-snow in Corpus Christi! To get a summary of how this snow happened, as well as to look at snow photos, snow reports, and other data, go to the headlines section and click on the headline: "Summary of the Heavy Snow Event December 7-8 2017 Over South Texas". You can also just type in the link: www.weather.gov/crp/20171208_snow.html

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