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Last Map Update: Sun, Apr. 30, 2017 at 9:37:30 am CDT

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Although it will be chilly to start the day, temperatures will warm to to only 5-10 degrees below normal this afternoon on gusty westerly winds.
Westerly winds will be the most pronounced over southwest Texas this afternoon. Since wind speeds of 25-35 mph will affect these areas, along with gusts as high as 50 mph, a wind Advisory is in effect this afternoon and evening.
Gusty westerly winds will push dry air into the region. Since locations along and west of the Pecos River in west Texas will see wind speeds of 20-30 mph sustained and gusts of at least 45 mph, and relative humidity of 7-15%, a Red Flag Warning is in effect from 100- 800 pm CDT.
Temperatures will cool below normal again tonight, but it will not be as cold.

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