SAN ANTONIO — Clouds move back in Sunday night, with a slight chance for showers from San Antonio eastward Monday. Then a dry middle of the work week before the next storm arrives in time for the weekend, KENS 5 meteorologist Jeremy Baker said.

We have temperatures cooling through the 70s and 60s Sunday night after highs in the upper 70s and lower 80s on Sunday. Mostly clear skies are also hanging on.

First Alert Doppler radar was scanning the skies but there was nothing to be found. The wider view showed the cloud cover this morning that burned away by the afternoon. Those clouds will be moving back in overnight tonight, much like they do during the summer months.

The hour by hour forecast shows the cloud cover once again taking a hike Monday afternoon, but then a tail end of a cold front will bring a slight chance for showers or a thunderstorm during the afternoon from San Antonio eastward. Monday night will be mostly clear and cooler, with Tuesday bringing more sunshine, less humidity and slightly cooler temperatures.

The upper air pattern shows a ridge of high pressure moving into the area for the middle of the work week, before the next storm system brings us a good chance for showers and thunderstorms Friday through Sunday, and much cooler highs to follow.

For Sunday night, expect increasing clouds with lows dropping into the lower to middle 60s. Our Monday will bring more sunshine by the afternoon, with a 20 percent chance for rain from San Antonio and areas eastward. Highs will once again end up in the upper 70s and lower 80s.

The 7-day forecast shows dry weather continuing through Thursday with highs in the upper 70s. Then a slight chance for showers on Friday and a better chance for overall rain Saturday into Sunday, with highs dropping through the 70s Saturday then into the 60s Sunday.