Most areas are escaping substantial rainfall this evening, but, with the clash of the northeast wind flow and the coastal seabreeze, spotty shower activity has formed in the eastern Big Bend, and a few brief showers are possible near the shore through mid-evening. Early Wednesday morning, most locations will transition to a mostly clear sky, and lows will reach the mid to upper 60s away from the coast. Rain activity Wednesday remains scarce, with some isolated late-day showers or a storm possible with highs reaching near 90° to the lower 90s. Moisture and upper-level disturbances will drive up rain potential for the end of the week and portions of the Labor Day weekend.
Posted at 2:37 PM, Aug 27, 2013
and last updated 2013-08-27 14:37:00-04
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