The remnant low-pressure circulation from what was Tropical Storm Karen has rotated over Apalachee Bay, making progress toward the eastern Big Bend shore. While no longer a tropical system, it has helped to develop spotty showers, rain, and a couple of thunderstorms lining the cast, with isolated pockets of brief rain over interior sections. Most showers are moving southeast to east. Leftover moisture around the region with the slowly departing lower and upper disturbances will be responsible for keeping areas of clouds around through tomorrow, occasional showers forming, and a cooler temperature trend. Lows tonight will be between 61° and 68° depending on cloud cover, and highs will range from the mid 70s north and east to lower 80s west. Drier air will reduce the cloudiness by midweek, but northeasterly winds will keep a flow of cooler air and few passing clouds in place.
Posted at 3:46 PM, Oct 07, 2013
and last updated 2013-10-07 15:46:00-04
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