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Last Map Update: Sun, Apr. 30, 2017 at 3:32:13 pm CDT

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Skies will finish clearing from west to east early this morning to set up windy and mild weather condtions today behind yesterday evening's cold front. West-northwest winds sustained at 10-20 mph will gust up to 30 mph before subsiding late this afternoon. High temperatures today will be very pleasant, ranging from the lower 70s in the Hill Country to the lower 80s in the Rio Grande Plains. Elevated to briefly near critical fire weather conditions will be also possible in the Rio Grande Plains and Edwards Plateau today.
Elevated to briefly near critical fire weather conditions are possible this afternoon across the Rio Grande Plains and into the Edwards Plateau due to gusty winds and low relative humidities behind yesterday evening's cold front.
Clear skies and cool temperatures are expected overnight. Northwest winds will diminish and become variable at 5 mph or less. Temperatures will range from the mid 40s across the Hill Country to the mid 50s along the Rio Grande.
Fair weather is expected this week except on Wednesday when another upper level disturbance and cold front will bring a decent chance of showers and thunderstorms to the region. Below normal temperatures on Sunday will warm back up above normal for Monday through Wedensday before cooling back below normal again on Thursday.