Widely scattered storms are possible tonight and early in the morning as a disturbance in the upper levels of the atmosphere move over the region.
A Pacific cold front will move through the area bringing much drier and cooler air to the region. The front will slow down in forward speed just southeast of San Antonio and as it encounters the much deeper gulf moisture showers and thunderstorms will be likely.
The storms may be severe and could produce locally heavy rainfall along with damaging winds. The strongest storms will affect the Gonzales and Cuero area Sunday afternoon. The front will finally make its way off the coast Sunday evening and high pressure will be in control of our weather pattern. Sunshine finally returns to all areas on Monday as drier air moves in.
Enjoy the sunshine Monday because by Tuesday low level moisture returns along with the chance of rain for the middle part of the work week. Another cool front moves through Wednesday night and sunny skies return on Thursday and Friday.
- Sunday: 20% chance of showers and maybe a Tstorm in the morning. Mostly cloudy and cooler in the afternoon. High in the upper 60s.
- Monday: Cool in the morning and Sunny and nice in the afternoon. Low in the middle 40s and a High in the low 70s.
- Tuesday: Cloudy with fog and drizzle in the morning and a 50% chance of showers and possibly a couple Tstorms in the afternoon. Low in the middle 50s and a high near 70.
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