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The National Hurricane Center is monitoring a disturbance near the Yucatan Peninsula that poses no direct threat to the mid-Texas coast.

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Isolated showers were expected to continue through much of the week with high temperatures in the mid-90s.

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Minor coastal flooding is expected because of an easterly fetch across the Gulf of Mexico that will produce swells with long periods impacting the middle Texas coast through Monday morning.

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Scattered showers and mostly sunny skies were in store for the Crossroads for Monday and much of the week.

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