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Last Map Update: Mon, Mar. 8, 2021 at 10:13:15 pm CST

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Clouds will be on the increase across parts of the Edwards Plateau and Rio Grande Plains overnight. Overnight lows will be warmer than they were last night as the warming trend begins.
Mostly cloudy skies will prevail through next weekend. Slight chances of showers return on Friday with better chances for showers and isolated thunderstorms next weekend as a cold front and upper level disturbance move across our area. A slow warming trend leading to well above seasonal normal temperatures is expected mid to late week. Temperatures will turn cooler next weekend.
There aren't enough superlatives to describe the roller-coaster month of February we experienced here in south-central Texas. Aside from being the snowiest Feb in recorded history here with two ice storms to boot, the period between Feb 11th and 20th was so cold that 3-month average temperatures were dragged below 30-year normals at 3 of the four sites despite ~60% of the days this winter being warmer than normal. Most areas were in the 80s early in the month and then returned to the 80s late in the month.
The Winter Garden region and Lavaca and Fayette counties managed to remain warmer than normal on the whole though this winter. Precipitation deficits continued across the San Antonio area and the counties to the west, as well as much of the Coastal Plains this winter.