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Windy Conditions Expected Sunday Across South Central Texas

A dry but strong storm system will push through the area beginning late Saturday and through the day Sunday bringing windy west and northwest winds to South Central Texas. For details... Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sat, Jan. 21, 2017 at 9:19:13 am CST

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Mostly sunny, warm, and breezy as winds shift to the west this afternoon. Winds may even gust up to about 40 mph out west including Del Rio, Rocksprings, and Bracketville. A Wind Advisory will be in effect this afternoon for those areas.
Windy and very dry conditions along the Rio Grande River will result in dangerous fire weather conditions Sunday. If you are within the watch area, do your best to prevent the start of fires as they could spread quickly due to dry grasses and high winds.
A windy and dry day will be in store Sunday leading to critical fire weather conditions along the Rio Grande River. Winds will likely be sustained in the 25-35 mph range with gust potential to 45 mph. A Fire Weather Watch is in effect for Sunday afternoon for Val Verde, Kinney, Maverick, Zavala, and Dimmit counties.