KSAT Weather: Warm and humid for the start of the week, rain chances on the horizon
Ingredients come together this week for a decent chance of rain
SAN ANTONIO – If you’re missing those days of brilliant sunshine, the forecast doesn’t look too good. We may see some significant rain chances by Tuesday and Wednesday.
Before the chance of rain, comes the warmth. Sunday will give us a taste of this with a high temperature in the mid-70s after a morning in the 50s.
The clouds will dominate the day, which we’ve grown quite used to by now. However, a few breaks in the clouds during the afternoon will let some sun in for a few locations before the day ends.
You’ll notice the humidity by afternoon as the winds turn off of the Gulf of Mexico. A stray shower can’t be ruled out at some point throughout the day.
Warm-up to start the week
Temperatures on Monday and Tuesday will be flirting with the 80-degree mark during the afternoons. With some sunshine peeking through the clouds and the humid air, this is going to be a spring-like start to the week.
A cold front will come through by Wednesday, cooling us off for the rest of the week.
Decent rain chances
We’re in for the best chances of rain we’ve had in a while on Tuesday and Wednesday. Some energy in the upper-levels of the atmosphere along with a cold front will spark some showers and storms for the middle of the week.
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