SAN ANTONIO — It has been a warm and humid start to our Saturday across South Texas with a few showers showing up on the radar. As we move throughout this morning, expect chances for rain as a cold front moves through. By this afternoon, the cold front will have passed through and cooler and drier air will settle in behind it, leaving us with a partly cloudy to mostly clear sky overhead and temperatures in the mid-60s.
For tonight, temperatures fall to the 30s and 40s under a mostly clear sky and no chance for rain. The drier conditions will stick around for Sunday and Monday, which is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Expect temperatures to bring lows in the 30s and highs in the 50s with a mostly clear sky on Sunday, but a partly cloudy sky for Monday. We will remain dry Monday night with temperatures falling to the 40s, but rain chances will return to the forecast for Tuesday afternoon with temperatures rising to the 50s under a mostly cloudy sky. Rain chances bump up Tuesday night and will remain higher through Thursday. Expect lows in the 40s to 50s Wednesday and Thursday and highs in the 50s to 60s. Rain chances drop to just a slight chance by next Friday with lows in the lower 50s and highs in the upper 50s. Much of the region can expect anywhere from a half of an inch of rain over the next week to an inch and a half, which should help relieve our drought conditions.
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