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Last Map Update: Sat, Dec. 16, 2017 at 3:19:11 am CST

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Another cool winter evening with increasingly cloudy skies and calm conditions is expected tonight. Cloud decks will lower throughout the evening and overnight hours, but showers should hold off until after sunrise. Low temperatures will range from the mid 30s in the Hill Country to lower 40s in the Coastal Plains.
An upper level disturbance will generate showers and possibly isolated thunderstorms Saturday into Saturday night. Rain will develop from southwest to northeast starting in the morning becoming widespread by late afternoon. Showers will move off to the east during the evening. Rainfall amounts will range from a Trace to 1.5 inches.
An upper level disturbance will generate showers and possibly isolated thunderstorms Saturday into Saturday night. Clearing will occur Sunday but another fast moving system will sweep across the region Monday bringing another chance for showers over the eastern half of the area. These showers may linger into Tuesday. Cool conditions on Saturday will be followed by slightly above normal temperatures.