Chilly weather is expected to give way to warmer temperatures in south Texas and northern Mexico as winds shift to the south, according to the Local 23 News At 630 Weather report on March 16.
This comes after a period of persistent subtropical ridging aloft and shattered heat records in late February and early March.
The weekend and Monday will see more steady rainfall due to short wave energy reinforcing a trough over the region.
However, after the final wave passes early Tuesday, warm to hot and soupy air is expected to return quickly, along with a strong “Valley Wind Machine.” In other news, LGBTQ advocates are pushing back against bills that they say will harm their community.
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