Showers developing south, west of SA; Chance of rain overnight


SAN ANTONIO – A few showers are developing south and west this afternoon.

Chances for rain will be slight overnight, but showers and storms will track east through South Texas tomorrow.

And clouds and moisture will be more common than not in the South Texas weather forecast the rest of this week.  

A couple of upper-level disturbances will move through the area, starting Wednesday.

A weakening upper-level low pressure system will continue to push Pacific moisture over the San Antonio area Tuesday afternoon and evening. 

Expect mostly cloudy skies and a few sprinkles here and there. A few showers or storms are possible in western areas closer to the Mexican border Tuesday evening and overnight. 

As the low pressure moves right over the state, a few showers and widely scattered thunderstorms are expected to develop by Wednesday midday into the afternoon.  Best chances for rain Wednesday will be along and east of I-35.

Any rain Wednesday will most likely move out by early Thursday.  

Temperatures will continue to be very warm Thursday afternoon, but due to clouds, most places will stay just shy of 90 degrees.  

By Friday afternoon, another upper level disturbance will move into the region.  Showers and storms are once again possible Friday afternoon and evening.

Cloud cover will hang around through the holiday weekend, with a chance for sprinkles Saturday and the possibility of a few more showers Easter Sunday.