SAN ANTONIO — We are starting off Saturday in South Texas with some of the coolest conditions we've had so far this season as temperatures sit in the 40s and 50s. As we move into the afternoon, cloud cover will break up slightly with temperatures rising into the lower 70s. For tonight, temperatures fall to the 50s and 60s across the region, with cloud cover building back in.
Sunday afternoon brings warmer conditions with more sunshine as well. Temperatures for Sunday will rise into the mid-80s under a mostly clear to partly cloudy sky.
The warm-up won't be here long as cooler weather slips back in for Monday. We will start off Monday in the mid-60s, but we will only rise into the upper 60s as a cold front passes through the region early in the morning. A few showers will be possible as the front passes through, but a majority of us will miss out on rain Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday will bring lows in the 40s and highs in the 50s to 60s across the region with scattered showers possible each day accompanied by breezy conditions. We will have a slight warm-up in time for the end of the week with lows in the 40s to 50s and highs in the 70s under a mostly clear sky for Thursday and Friday.
We have a good amount of rain chances in the seven-day forecast, but don't expect too much rain. All of the region will experience less than an inch of rain throughout the next week with the higher amounts of rain expected in the Hill Country.
There is a tropical wave located in the western Caribbean Sea that has a high chance for tropical development over the next 5 days. The system is not expected to threaten the Texas coast, but we will keep you updated on it.
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