San Antonio First Warning Weather Forecasts

Hot, dry pattern returns

An upper level disturbance that brought rain to the Hill Country overnight has weakened and will head to the northeast.  Rain chances have dropped off dramatically for the region.  High pressure centered to the east of the state will dominate the weather pattern for the next several days.  We will be on the western side of the high. This will bring brisk southeast winds and plenty of tropical moisture into the region.  So, look for some early clouds, breaking up into partly cloudy and then mostly clear skies.  Temperatures will start in the upper 70s and climb into the mid and upper 90s. Heat Index values will be up. Rain chances will be limited to the coastal region where the seabreeze will get active.

Join Shaun Stevens tomorrow morning on Fox News First.  He'll let you know how hot your day will feel.

KABB Fox San Antonio :: 7-Day Forecast

Dilley Allergy and Asthma Specialists