San Antonio First Warning Weather Forecasts

By Chief Meteorologist Alex Garcia

The first week of September will be mostly dry with near normal temperatures.  The weather pattern will change little until we get into the weekend.

Tuesday morning will start out with clouds and temperatures in the mid-70s.  The weather pattern will continue to send the deepest moisture along the coastal regions.  The clouds will break for lunchtime as temperatures climb to near 90.  We will like see some scattered showers to the east and southeast during the afternoon.  I am not expecting much in the way of rain for our area.  Peak afternoon temperatures will hit the mid 90s with southeast winds. 

Long term – the dry and hot weather pattern will hold into the weekend.  High pressure will begin to build back into the region after mid-week.  This will shut down the rain making machine for most areas.  Temperatures will trend to normal, mid 70s for lows and mid 90s for highs.

Join Shaun Stevens tomorrow morning on Fox News First.  He'll show you where to expect the rain to fall.

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