San Antonio First Warning Weather Forecasts

A Mild Week Ahead

An area of low pressure has moved into northern Mexico and this has caused low level moisture to increase over our western sections of South Texas. A few disturbances in the upper levels will cause showers and thunderstorms to develop over the next 24 to 36 hours along the Rio Grande. Eastern counties of South Texas will see some clouds due to this system but rain chances will stay out of the forecast as high pressure in the upper levels will be in control.   Late in the work week there will be an increase in moisture and a weak disturbances could create widely scattered showers for all of the region.  A cool front will move across Friday drying the atmosphere and causing a slight cool down for next weekend. 

Join Shaun Stevens Monday morning on Fox News First.  He'll update you on who is getting some rain in our western sections of South Texas.

KABB Fox San Antonio :: 7-Day Forecast

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