On this Friday, a large area of clouds blankets most of the region, thanks to a very moist flow of air spreading north from the Gulf of Mexico. These clouds are expected to hang tough through the afternoon and overnight hours. Meanwhile, temperatures are warming up thanks to the southerly flow of the Gulf.
- Afternoon readings are predicted to reach the low 70s at most locations across the Hill Country and Central Texas, and get close to 80 degrees across the coastal plains.
- Lows Saturday morning will range from the low 50s across the Hill Country, to the upper 50s to low 60s across Central Texas, to the upper 60s across the coastal plains.
A shallow cold front is forecast to spread southeast across our area Saturday morning, bringing drier and cooler air to the area Saturday afternoon and Saturday night. No rain is expected with the front when it moves across the Hill Country and Central Texas regions. However, a few scattered rain showers will be possible when the front moves across the coastal region. Rain amounts should total less than a tenth of an inch. Clouds will decrease and the sky looks to become mostly sunny behind the cold front.
- High temperatures Saturday are predicted to be in the mid and upper 50s across the Hill Country and Central Texas regions, but reach the mid and upper 70s across the coastal region.
- Lows Sunday morning are forecast to include the mid-40s across the Hill Country, the upper 40s across Central Texas, but hold in the upper 50s to low 60s across the coastal plains.
Clouds are forecast to return to the region out of the Gulf of Mexico Saturday night and continue through Sunday as southerly breezes develop. Expect a mostly cloudy to overcast sky and milder temperatures.
- High temperatures Sunday are predicted to be in the mid-60s across the Hill Country and Central Texas regions, with mid and upper 70s expected across the coastal region.
- Lows Monday morning are forecast to be in the low 60s, with upper 60s expected towards the coast.
A mostly cloudy, mild and humid weather pattern is forecast next Monday through Thursday as Texas become sandwiched between a large ridge of high pressure to our east, and a trough of low pressure located across the northern Rockies. A moderate flow off the Gulf will cause a few spotty rain showers Tuesday through Thursday, but no significant rain is expected. The probability for rain each day will be 20 percent.
- High temperatures Monday through Thursday are forecast to be in the low and mid-70s.
- Low temperatures Tuesday through Thursday mornings are forecast to be in the low and mid-60s.
Forecasts call for a cold front to push southeast across our region next Friday and Friday night, causing a chance for rain showers and possibly a couple of isolated thunderstorms. Rain amounts are forecast to generally remain under a quarter inch. Dry weather and just slightly temperatures will follow the cold front next weekend.
No significant rain or extremes in the temperature are forecast across our region over the next ten days.
Have a good weekend!