San Antonio First Warning Weather Forecasts

RAIN CHANCES BUILD

A Pacific cold front will slide southward to the coast tonight.  The front will become stationary overnight . Skies will remain mostly clear as temperatures drop into the low to mid 60s. We will see a quick warm up to near 80 by noon under clear skies.  Winds will begin to come around to the southeast by early afternoon.  This will mark the start of warm, tropical moisture in from the Gulf.  Temperatures will climb into the upper 80s and low 90s. Moisture will increase through the evening and overnight hours. Temperatures will fall into the mid 60s by Saturday morning.
We will see more clouds than sunshine on Saturday as temperatures climb to near 80 by noon.  A dryline to the west of the area will become the focal point for showers and storms to develop Saturday afternoon.  Upper level steering winds will carry these storms eastward into the Hill Country late Saturday.  The Severe Storms Prediction Center has the area from Del Rio to Western Bexar county within a thunderstorm risk zone.  Conditions will favor some of these storms reaching severe levels.  The primary threats will be large hail and damaging winds.  The next big west coast upper stom will move onshore and be near the Texas Panhandle by Sunday morning.  This will drive another Pacific front into the region on Sunday along with another chance for showers and storms.  The flow aloft will become westerly by Monday.  Temperatures will trend cooler a northerly winds bring cooler air into the region.  Join Shaun Stevens tomorrow morning on Fox News First.  He'll show you when to expect the next chance of rain.





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