NEAR TERM [Through Tonight]...
Surface high pressure centered over east Texas early this
afternoon will slide east and settle over the local area by
daybreak. Aside from a few cirrus streaming from west to east well
ahead of the next developing low pressure system, skies should be
clear overnight. Clear skies, light or calm wind and a very dry
airmass will allow temps once again to drop into the lower to mid
30s away from the immediate coast. A few of the normally colder
locations may see a light freeze but most areas should see min
temps in the 33-36 degree range.
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