SAN ANTONIO — It has been a dry past few weeks, but thankfully we got some rain for the region yesterday afternoon. For today, we will start off dry with a partly cloudy sky overhead and temperatures in the 70s. This afternoon we will see the cloud cover break up a bit, leaving us with a mostly clear sky, but a partly cloudy sky will develop again for the later part of the afternoon with a 30% chance for rain in place as highs rise to the mid to upper 90s.

We will keep with the hot conditions and slight chances for rain as we move into the weekend with lows in the 70s and highs in the 90s to near 100 degrees Saturday and Sunday. Slight chances for rain will be in place each day with the main rain chances in the latter part of the afternoon.

For next week, we will have high temperatures in the triple digits return with lows in the 70s. A slight chance for rain lingers throughout the seven-day forecast, but many will make it through the next week without seeing any rain. Those that do see rain can expect anywhere from a quarter of an inch to a half of an inch of rain with isolated areas possibly seeing more.

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