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Thursday Evening Forecast:
After another warm and muggy afternoon, we’ll once again see a very mild evening at the Rodeo. Temperatures should hold generally hold in the mid 70s.
Rodeo Forecast into the weekend:
Rodeo will continue to be very toasty all week. South winds will keep the humidity high with temperatures in the mid-80s. Watch out for some developing fog after the concerts and especially for the AM drive each morning.
A cool front Friday gives us a chance of morning rain but it won’t bring a cool down. Next week’s front has sped up a little. We now have a chance of rain Sunday night, into Monday morning.
The cool front Sunday night brings lower temperatures next week for spring break. Don’t forget early Sunday morning turn your clocks ahead one hour to start Daylight Saving Time. This is the day we “lose” an hour of sleep. More rain possible Thursday and Friday of next week.