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Morning fog will be burning off or gone by the time many of you read this post. Fog will be a daily issue for South-Central and Southeast Texas through the week. It’ll develop around 2-3 AM and burn off by 10 AM. Besides that we do have a few showers this morning near the coast in Southeast Texas. Isolated showers will be possible throughout the day in the Rio Grande Valley, Middle Texas Coast, into Southeast Texas. By far a majority of folks won’t see rain.

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The real weather story – if you can even call it that anymore – will be the abnormally warm temperatures. Highs over the next several days will remain in the middle to upper 80s. A few hotter spots in Deep South Texas and the Texas Panhandle may make it into the 90s this afternoon and on Monday. A brief cool front will keep the Panhandle cooler on Sunday with highs in the 70s to lower 80s. Low temperatures each morning will be in the upper 50s, 60s, to lower 70. For Monday evening festivities temperatures should be in the middle 70s to lower 80s with little to no rain in Texas.

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We will have scattered showers and storms on Monday in Deep South Texas and Middle Texas Coast. Severe weather is not expected. Some activity may interrupt Monday evening halloween festivities in those regions, but by far problems should be few and far between.

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Changes arrive mid-week as an upper level storm system approaches from the west. There remains significant uncertainty on how close/strong the upper low will be to Texas. Depending on the solution we could see isolated storms with spotty heavy rain or a more widespread precipitation event in the mid to late week timeframe. Either way temperatures look to remain well above average.