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Last Map Update: Sat, Nov. 27, 2021 at 9:05:22 pm CST

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A Small Craft Advisory will go into effect late tonight as northerly winds pick up to around 25 knots at times. Conditions will improve through the morning hours Sunday.
Mostly cloudy and cool today over South Texas area beaches. An upper level disturbance, and a trough of low pressure near the coast, will contribute to scattered to numerous showers today, and to the development of weak to moderate north to northeast wind. There is a LOW risk of rip currents along the Gulf-facing beaches of the Middle Texas Coast. However, dangerous swimming conditions remain possible, especially near jetties and piers.
Generally intermittent light rain, with scattered showers east late tonight, and perhaps a thunderstorm over the Middle Texas Coastal Waters before sunrise. Rain ending from west to east. A cool north wind at 10 to 20 mph. Lows upper 40s to lower 50s inland, mid 50s for the coast.
High pressure will build in on Sunday maintaining cool and dry conditions through Monday with gentle northerly winds. Winds will return out of the southeast Tuesday with temperatures to gradually warm through the week. Isolated showers will be possible near the coast and over the gulf waters Wednesday and Thursday.

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