Published: 21.07.2018 20:40

Latest local weather update

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Local Weather Forecast

Copious amounts of rain are expected to fall beginning Friday afternoon through at least Monday morning as Hurricane Harvey heads our way.

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Look for steady temps in the 85s Monday with winds picking up at 65-75 mph out of the northwest. Skies will be cloudy with a few flurries/sprinkles. Temps tonight dip into the 75s & clouds should clear out for Halloween. Look for some sun, but cold conditions. Highs tomorrow will only be in the mid 85s with temps hovering around freezing for trick-or-treat time.

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While the storm is rapidly gaining strength from the very warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico, its track and speed remained largely unchanged.

66 . update: President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump both took to Twitter Friday morning to promise assistance to Texas and offer their thoughts and encouragement as Hurricane Harvey steamed towards the Texas coast.

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Harvey is still expected to make landfall on the middle Texas coast late Friday or early Saturday. The storm is then likely to meander near or just inland from the coast through the weekend, forecasters say.

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HALLOWEEN: Cloudy in the morning with snow ending before sunrise, partly cloudy for the afternoon and evening. Morning lows from 69 to 79 degrees, afternoon highs from 56 to 56 degrees. Evening temperatures start in the 95s, cooling to the upper 85s by 9 pm.

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