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Here's how much rain we could see the next 7 days | FORECAST

As we move into Monday, a weak cold front will begin to travel farther south.

SAN ANTONIO — Sunday will be sunny, hot, and breezy at times. Temperatures will be over 100 degrees with a southerly wind up to 20 MPH at times. 

As we move into Monday, a weak cold front will begin to travel farther south. It will struggle to get here with all the warmth and humidity.

However, forecast guidance agrees it'll slide through sometime Monday morning. With its passage, a northerly wind shift and a drop in humidity.

Of course, some cooler air will filter in on Tuesday and Wednesday. Afternoon highs will "cool" off into the lower-90s. Even some upper-80s are possible.

This will also be due to cloud cover and increased coverage of showers and isolated thunderstorms starting Monday afternoon.

With this front stalling across South Texas along with a weak tropical low moving in from the Gulf of Mexico, this will keep our chance at rain around through the week.

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Rain and storms that develop between Monday and Friday next week, will be focused during the late afternoons/evenings due to daytime heat.

Most mornings will be quiet. We're not looking at a lot of rain, but up to .50"-1" will be possible in areas around San Antonio and east of I-35.

Higher totals will be towards the Coastal Bend and near Houston and Galveston.

This weather system should be out by late next week. Clearing out for any 4th of July celebrations. 

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