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Last Map Update: Tue, Oct. 24, 2017 at 4:15:12 am CDT

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Expect another night of clear skies, light winds and cool temperatures across south central Texas. Overnight lows will range from near mid 40s in the Hill Country to the mid 50s along the Rio Grande.
A series of fronts will maintain cool and dry weather through this weekend. Cold fronts are expected to bring breezy conditions early Tuesday and early Friday. Most low temperatures should be in the 40s to middle 50s through the work week. Northern areas and protected valleys could see morning lows in the 30s over the weekend. Daytime highs will be in the 70s to lower 80s through Thursday, then cooling to the 60s to low 70s Friday into the weekend.
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Come join the NWS, Bandera County River and Groundwater District, and Bandera County Emergency Management for Flood/Flash Flood Training this Saturday from 9-11 AM. Besides the training on how and why flash floods occur in Bandera County, learn about current Bandera River projects as well as mass notification signups for the County. Hope to see you there. Please RSVP to the contacts listed on this announcement.