High pressure within the Atlantic keeps a steady flow from the south; allowing moisture to build in at the same time a front approaches from the west. cloud cover and fog build in by the late evening with possible fog advisories through 10AM Monday morning. Highs tomorrow through Tuesday in the upper 70s and low 80s along with a 10% rain chance and skies starting off partly cloudy but will shit to mostly sunny. Fog will stick to our late evenings and early mornings for the next several days so do be careful on the roads. By Wednesday, A cold front from the west will pass over the Big Bend and increase rain chances to between 30% and 40% through Friday with most of the energy lifting towards the north allowing the local area to mainly be associated with showers however an isolated thunderstorm or two cannot be ruled out at this time. Temps drop to the mid and upper 60s by Thursday continuing through the seven day outlook with rain chances at 20% for the weekend. Lows will begin a downward trend by Wednesday morning from the mid and upper 50s to the low to mid 40s by Friday morning hold steady there through the weekend.
Posted at 3:43 PM, Jan 13, 2013
and last updated 2013-01-13 10:46:14-05
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