High pressure is located east of our area across the Deep South. This will draw a very steady flow of Gulf moisture into our area for the next few days. Rain chances, in general, are not impressive locally. With that said, it’s not zero percent. Keep an eye to the skies as we enter the tail end of severe weather season across the Hill Country.
A transition to summer weather conditions will likely occur in the next couple of weeks, which typically brings hotter weather conditions and lower rain chances.
Climatologically speaking, we have been known to see a few years where June remains wet and stormy, so our severe season is not over with just yet.
Just in case storms move into our area from West Texas overnight, I will mention a few showers and thunderstorms before noon today. I am not promising storms, but they are possible.
Skies become partly cloudy today. Humidity levels remain high. Stray storms also could pop up during the day with highs in the upper 80s to near 90 degrees.
Late night and early morning clouds redevelop tonight with lows around 70 degrees. A couple of showers and storms are possible.
Models want to bring a few showers and storms across our area between midnight and noon Friday. This remains to be seen, so keep it in the back of your mind.
Stray storms could pop up again Friday afternoon with highs in the middle 80s.
Late night storms could occur over the weekend with lows in the upper 60s to lower 70s each night. Highs warm into the middle and upper 80s each day.