Wed, 26 Feb 2014 15:00:01 GMT — A cold front sweeping through the region today brings decreasing temperatures and an increasing chance for rain today. As northerly winds kick in to 20-25 mph, the temperatures will drop steadily this morning into the 60's then into the 50's by the afternoon. Also, fog early will fizzle off and be replaces by numerous showers in the light to moderate range, with the possibility for rumbles of thunder. The best chances for rain will continue through the evening, before dropping off into the dawn hours. Partly sunny skies and improving conditions prevail on Thursday, with highs in the 60's. The fog returns this weekend with a southeasterly wind introducing humidity and warmth back to the area. Highs Friday through Sunday in the 80's will make for pleasant Charro Days festivities.
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