It used to be thick fog, but the sun will shine through


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VICTORIA, Texas-: today: Sunny skies with light winds while temperatures remain average. High: 71 degrees. Wind: N 5 mph. A 10% chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms. Until 9 a.m. there is a dense fog indicator (widespread dense fog). Visibility in some locations is up to 1/4 mile or less. When driving, leave plenty of time to go with low beam and fog lights.

Monday night: Mostly clear skies with light winds while temperatures remain average. Low: 46 degrees. Wind: SE 5 mph. A 10% chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms. After 3 a.m., thick fog.

Tuesday: Partly cloudy skies with light winds while temperatures remain average. High: 74 degrees. Wind: NO 10 mph. A 10% chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms. Clouds of mist before 9 o’clock.

Tuesday night: Mostly cloudy skies with light winds while temperatures remain above average. Low: 54 degrees. Wind: SE 5 mph. A 10% chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms.

Extended forecast: Wednesday by Monday:

Wednesday: Partly cloudy skies with light winds while temperatures remain above average. High: 78/56 degrees. Wind: SE 10 mph. A 10% chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms.

Thursday: Partly cloudy skies with light winds while temperatures remain above average. High: 78/59 degrees. Wind: SE 10 mph. A 10% chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms.

Friday: Partly cloudy skies with light winds while temperatures remain above average. High: 80/61 degrees. Wind: S 10 mph. A 40% chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms in the morning.

Saturday: Partly cloudy skies with light winds while temperatures remain above average. High: 78/58 degrees. Wind: SE 10 mph. A 40% chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms.

Sunday: Partly cloudy skies with light winds while temperatures remain average. High: 73/56 degrees. Wind: E 10 mph. A 40% chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms.

Monday: Partly cloudy skies with light winds while temperatures remain average. High: 71/57 degrees. Wind: NO 10 mph. A 30% chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms.

Summary: Some storm energy penetrated, clearing Texas from west to east so that the sky could clear for much of the field of view on Sunday. High pressure (sinking air) from the north moved into Texas Sunday night, drawing dry air into the forecast area.

Cool dry air pushed down from the north dried up the atmosphere, but the rapid cooling due to the lack of cloud cover resulted in patchy fog from Sunday night to Monday morning. Dense fog may appear in some localized areas (fog is also possible for Monday night). Clear skies for Monday and Tuesday will lead to warming well into the 70s (lows in the 40s and 50s).

In the long term for the longer period, days 3 to 7, Tuesday to Sunday, high fog pressure will keep the sky clear on Tuesday after Tuesday morning. Some energy (trough) could push over the top of the high and bring some high standing clouds to the surface with minimal moisture.

The high pressure system begins to move away from the area (west to east) and should be east enough from Tuesday to Wednesday to allow moisture to flow back (low winds with some gale winds from the south). from the gulf (south).

By Wednesday (mid-week) that high will move into the Lower Mississippi Valley as a low pressure system emanates west to east of Baja, California.

The humidity will increase on Thursday and Friday (1.5 ″) as a trough is pushed into view from the low point in Baja. The chance of rain will stay around 20 percent for Thursday and Friday, but the odds will be higher over the waters and the northern part of the coast.

After Friday, another low from Baja along with a low from the east could push a cold front into south Texas from Saturday to Sunday. Moisture from the south could hit the front and cause some showers.

Another scenario is that high pressure could develop on Sunday and that high could keep the Baja low and the cold front north of the area or simply pushing the atmosphere down from the high will keep the area dry.

Temperatures later in the week will be roughly average to above average, while the airflow from the south keeps nighttime temperatures on the warmer side.

Tropics: There will be no tropical storm activity for the next 48 hours.

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