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Last Map Update: Fri, Jan. 19, 2018 at 7:07:09 am CST

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An upper level disturbance along with increasing moisture inland form a coastal trough will lead to scattered to numerous showers over the coastal plains today. Isolated thunderstorms will be possible along the coast into the coastal waters. Slightly warmer temperatures and drier conditions are expected for the western Country.
Rain chances will decrease across the eastern areas tonight. With light winds and high moisture, areas of fog are expected to form across most of South Texas into the near shore waters overnight into early Saturday morning.
Warming trend can be expected through the weekend ahead of the next frontal system. Rain chances will also increase Sunday with a slight chance of thunderstorms across the Victoria Crossroads. The cold front is expected to move through South Texas Sunday night into Monday morning with cooler and drier conditions filtering into the area through Monday afternoon. Mild conditions expected Tuesday with another weak cold front Wednesday maintaining the mild conditions. There is a slight chance of showers with the second front Wednesday.

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