First Warning Weather
One More Summer-Like Day
Gulf moisture will continue to flow into the region overnight and make for a cloudy, warm morning with a chance for a few sprinkles across the region. Temperatures will climb into the 80s by mid-morning under mostly cloudy skies. A cold front will be moving across the northern part of the state ahead of an upper level storm system. This will set the stage for pulling additional gulf moisture into the area during the afternoon. Clouds will break by the noon hour as temperatures climb into the mid and upper 80s. Thursday afternoon will feel more like summer than fall. Temperatures will climb into the 90s by late afternoon. The cold front will approach the Hill Country by early evening, increasing the chance of rain. The front will drive into South Central Texas around midnight into Friday morning. The best chance for rain will remain to the north of San Antonio.
Big weather changes will be felt Friday and into the weekend with gulf moisture being sent southward as a cooler and much drier airmass settles over the region.
Join Shaun Stevens tomorrow morning on Fox News First. He'll let you know when to expect the front in your area.