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FORECAST: Hot and dry pattern sets up again for South Texas

A ridge of high pressure will set up over South Texas for the next week bringing limited rain chances and hot conditions.

SAN ANTONIO — We are starting off our Saturday with warm and humid conditions as temperatures sit in the 70s under a partly to mostly cloudy sky. As we move throughout the day, expect the cloud cover to break up, leaving us with a mostly clear to partly cloudy sky and temperatures rising into the upper 90s. We will also have a slim chance for rain today with the better chance of rain being closer to the coast. For tonight, temperatures fall to the 70s under a partly cloudy sky. Expect identical conditions to what we have on Saturday for Sunday with a slim chance for a brief shower or two, but rain chances diminish for the workweek.

Starting Monday and all of the way through Friday we will have lows in the 70s and highs in the triple digits each day under a mostly clear sky with no chance for rain as high pressure has a strong influence on our weather pattern.

All of South Texas can expect less than a quarter of an inch of rain throughout the next week with a majority of the region not seeing a drop of rain.

The tropics remain fairly quiet with only a low chance of tropical development east of the Lesser Antilles over the next 5 days.

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