First Warning Weather
Rain Chances for the Weekend
The next upper level system will approach from the west tonight. This will work to pull in tropical moisture from the gulf and increase the cloud cover over the region. We will see our chances of rain head up the scale as the upper level system makes its way across the state. Scattered showers will be possible by Saturday afternoon to the west and move into South Central Texas Saturday evening into Sunday morning. Saturday morning will start out with more clouds than sunshine. Temperatures will be the upper 50s to low 60s early Saturday. Temperatures will climb into the low and mid 70s by noon and into the lower 80s by Saturday afternoon.
Easter Sunday will start out cloudy with temperatures in the low 60s. Rain chances will continue throughout the day but will be on the low side. Any showers that develop will be scattered at best. Outdoor plans should not be significantly impacted. Afternoon temperatures will reach the low 80s. The upper level system will push east of the state taking rain chances with it on Monday. High pressure aloft will take control of the weather pattern until mid-week when another upper level low pressure system arrives. Forecast models are not handling this system too well. We will likely see an increase in clouds by Wednesday but not much in the way of rainfall for the week. Temperatures will trend upward reaching the 90 degree mark by the end of the week.
Join Mike Hernandez tomorrow night on Fox News at Nine. He'll let you know what to expect for Easter Sunday.