SAN ANTONIO – It’s a cloudy, cool, and somewhat damp day. Most of what we see this afternoon will be light, with some patchy drizzle passing through the area. Temperatures will be hard-pressed to reach 50 degrees.
Tonight, an upper-level low will pass by, increasing rain chances significantly. Pockets of heavy rain are possible.
Some spots could see up to an inch of rain, while areas east of I-35 and Highway 281 could see up to 2 inches. The heaviest of rain should be east of San Antonio by the morning commute, but roadways will remain wet. By midday, skies will slowly start to clear west to east. Sun is expected by the afternoon, increasing temperatures into the 60s on Wednesday afternoon.
Sunny skies will be around Thursday and Friday. The mornings will be cold, while the afternoons should see comfortable temperatures. Clouds and slight rain chances make a return by the weekend.