On Saturday, locals and visitors alike came to Galveston beaches to enjoy the sun and surf. As spring break for many Texas students begins this weekend, Galveston will get a glimpse of how tourism season will treat the island. The park board expects people to be more motivated to go to the beach after a long, dreary winter. This may affect the island's tourism industry as the next 14 days of spring break are essential indicators for businesses, whose financial fortunes are made over the summer. The weather bodes well for beach-goers as the next seven days are predicted to be sunny with a few clouds, except for a 30 percent chance of storms on Friday.  



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