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Last Map Update: Tue, Nov. 29, 2022 at 9:23:42 am CST

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A Gale Watch is in effect Wednesday morning through Wednesday evening for the Middle Texas Coastal Waters. Northeast winds to 40 knots. Seas to 10 feet. Bays rough to very rough. Mariners should prepare for hazardous conditions.
A Marine Dense Fog Advisory is in effect today through Noon. Visibilities of 1 nm or less are expected. Mariners should use caution!
After patchy fog and cloudy skies this morning, skies will become partly cloudy and temperatures will warm into the mid 80s for portions of South Texas.
Patchy fog is expected for tonight with isolated showers over the waters. A cold front will reach South Texas late tonight.
Skies will be mostly cloudy at area beaches today with moderate winds out of the south at 15-20 mph. There is a LOW risk of rip currents today; however, low risk does not mean no risk. Use caution when entering the waters.
A cold front will move across South Texas late Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning, with cooler temperatures and windy conditions developing in its wake. The remainder of the week will be mostly cloudy with isolated to scattered showers mainly across the Coastal Bend and over the coastal waters. Temperatures will gradually warm up the latter half of the week with highs approaching the 80s by the weekend.

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