Partly sunny skies and a temperatures in the low 90s were expected Monday.

With a 30% chance for rain, the summer heat was expected to be dampened a little as forecasters predicted the day would reach only a high of 90 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.

The week before, high temperatures reached into the upper 90s.

Monday night was expected to be partly cloudy with a low of 72 degrees and an 8-11 mph wind.

Tuesday, a 40% chance for rain was predicted with partly sunny skies, a high of 87 degrees and 7-9 mph wind.

A 30% chance for rain was expected to continue that night with mostly cloudy skies, a low of 69 degrees and 3-5 mph wind.

Wednesday, there was again a 30% chance for rain with partly sunny skies and a high of 91 degrees.

That night, a 20% chance for rain was forecast with partly cloudy skies, a low of 70 degrees and 5-7 mph wind.

Jon Wilcox reports on courts for the Victoria Advocate. He may be reached or 361-580-6515.

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Jon covers crime, public safety and the courts at the Victoria Advocate. Born in Huntsville, Ala., he grew up in Atlanta, Ga. and obtained a bachelor's degree in journalism at Texas State University.

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