It’s been a scorching and dry summer time, as South Central Texas experiencing the worst drought since 2011. Needless to say, all of us may use somewhat rain, so it’s encouraging to see an opportunity for scattered rain this week.
Tropical moisture and a slow-moving cool entrance will enhance rain chances beginning late Monday, with the very best chances for rain Monday night time and Tuesday morning.
Here’s what you might want to know:
Quiet for many of the day and scorching with a excessive within the mid-90s.
MONDAY NIGHT & TUESDAY MORNING (50%)
Better rain chances for the Hill Country and San Antonio because the cool entrance approaches late afternoon/early Monday night, firing off a number of broadly scattered downpours.
As the cool entrance stalls over South Central Texas, scattered showers and storms will proceed by means of Tuesday morning
NOTE: Because of the *scattered* nature of the rain, it should NOT rain in every single place. Still, wherever rain units up, heavy downpours will likely be attainable. We’ll have to observe for localized flooding.
Just a few lingering, scattered downpours are attainable. Chance for rain is 40% with a excessive close to 90°.
THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
Rain chances will dwindle as we head into the weekend.
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