We have crossed over into “Astronomical Fall” and will begin to notice our daylight get shorter as the weeks go by.
Scattered showers are developing along the seabreeze and will continue to do so through the weekend. Rain dial is set to 1, Unlikely but can’t rule it out. A cooler and drier air mass is headed in our direction. The air mass will loose much of its “cool nature” by the time it arrives next week.
It will be enough of a focus point to help fire up showers and some thunderstorms. This could set up a heavy rain scenario Wednesday into Thursday of next week.
At this point the heaviest rainfall could focus to the west near the Rio Grande. Can’t rule out some localized points with heavy rain in our part of the state. Forecast rainfall totals could range from 4 to 6 inches out west with near 2 inches for our San Antonio and surrounding counties.
Temperatures will trend to near normal with a slight cooling next week.
Today's Record Temperatures