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WEATHER RADIO SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
800 AM CDT TUE JUL 22 2014

AT THE SURFACE, AN AREA OF HIGH PRESSURE IN THE EASTERN GULF
WILL BRING MOISTURE FROM THE GULF INTO TEXAS. IN THE MID
TO UPPER LEVELS OF THE ATMOSPHERE, HIGH PRESSURE IN NORTHERN
NEW MEXICO, WILL PROVIDE SINKING AIR ACROSS TEXAS. THIS WILL
RESULT IN PARTLY CLOUDY AND HOTTER WEATHER FOR THE NEXT SEVERAL
DAYS WITH ONLY A FEW SEA BREEZE SHOWERS NEAR THE COAST, LATE
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY.

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