Author: David Reimer

Great Weather Forecast This Weekend; Storm Chances Return Tuesday & Wednesday

Uneventful weather is forecast through the weekend in Texas. Changes begin quickly on Monday as a strong upper level storm system takes shape to our west. Gusty south/southeast winds on Monday will pump moisture northward from the Gulf of Mexico. The relatively dry humidity will be a thing of the past. The storm system will roll east on Tuesday and Wednesday with the possibility of organized thunderstorms in some regions. We’ll get to all of that in a bit, but first lets talk about the great weather we’re expecting this weekend. Skies will be partly cloudy to mostly sunny this afternoon. We may see increased cloudiness in the Rio Grande Valley and in the Borderland in Far West Texas. High temperatures this afternoon will top out in the upper 70s to lower 80s north of Interstate 10. Middle 80s to lower 90s can be expected in South Texas and especially in the Rio Grande Valley. Rain chances are quite low today, but a stray shower can’t be ruled out around El Paso. Low temperatures tonight will bottom out in the middle 50s in the Texas Panhandle, Northeast Texas, and the Hill Country up into the middle 60s along the coast, in South Texas, and in our larger metropolitan heat islands. The Rio Grande Valley will make it down to around 70 degrees. Skies will be partly cloudy to mostly...

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Awesome Weather through the Weekend!

The weather forecast for today and through the weekend can be described in one word – awesome! We will see temperatures gradually increase this weekend with mostly sunny skies. High temperatures this afternoon will top out in the 70s to lower 80s north of Interstate 10. South of Interstate 10 temperatures will be a tad warmer with upper 80s to lower 90s. A cool front will help bring slightly lower temperatures to those regions for Friday. Skies this afternoon will be mostly sunny across most of the state. A few clouds are expected in the Borderland in the Rio Grande Valley with a low chance of showers. Winds will be out of the north at 5 to 10 MPH. Tonight will be fall-like for all areas except the Rio Grande Valley. Mostly clear skies and light northerly winds will allow temperatures to fall back into the upper 40s to upper 50s north of Interstate 10. Even in South-Central and Southeast Texas temperatures will fall back into the 50s to right around 60 tonight. South Texas, Coastal regions, and the Rio Grande Valley will drop off into the 60s. Skies may become overcast in the RGV and in the Borderland by sunrise Friday. Weather this weekend won’t change much with mostly sunny skies and dew points remaining in the 40s and 50s. Temperatures will get warmer during the afternoons with...

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Warmest Day of the Week Today; Cool Front Arrives Tonight

It certainly is nice not to wake up with dewpoints in the 70s with the atrocious summer humidity. What can I say I’m a fall fan! Anyway you’re not here to read about my personal favorite season so lets get to it. Hazardous weather is not expected for the next several days although we note that may change by Tuesday of next week. High temperatures will be several degrees warmer this afternoon with topping out in the middle 80s to lower 90s. Humidity values will be on the lower side of the spectrum. The only region in Texas with...

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Pleasant Weather (For Most) through Late Week

It is my hope that many of you will enjoy our weather over the next couple of days. We’re not going to be too hot nor are we going to be too cold. Temperatures will remain within a few degrees of their averages for late September and even early October. Yup, we’re only a few days away from the first of October. Where has this year gone? The cool front that slowly pushed south this past weekend has ushered in a noticeably drier airmass at the surface. We are still dealing with a bit of residual moisture which has kept the clouds in place from Interstate 20 and points south overnight. It looks like these clouds will be difficult to get rid of for much of the day. I do believe we will see those clouds slowly sag south with time today and tonight. We’re going to have a sharp gradient between picture-perfect clear skies and overcast today as residual moisture takes its time to boogie on south. The Panhandle, West Texas, and Red River should be sunny today with high temperatures from the middle 70s into the middle 80s. Dewpoints will be in the 40s and 50s so it’ll be much drier than last week. By the time you get south to Interstate 20 the clouds will rapidly increase and remain that way all the way south to...

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Rain Chances Continue Today; Cooler & Noticeably Drier by Tonight/Tuesday

Good Monday Morning! It has been active morning across South-Central Texas. A small area of low pressure developed and help enhance precipitation across San Antonio since 4 AM. A quick two to four inches of rain has fallen and is still falling at this point. Flash flooding will continue in San Antonio through at least 8 AM. Many roads are experiencing high water issues. If you’re heading out and about this morning in S.A make sure you give yourself a lot of extra time. We’ve seen comparatively lighter rain across portions of North Texas, East Texas, the Concho Valley,...

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