Good Morning! A little more moisture in the air this morning...but it hasn't stopped us from cooling off pretty well. Del Rio and Eagle Pass saw a little but of drizzle this morning.
Today, with the cloud cover continuing, we can expect similar weather to yesterday. Rain chances throughout the region, especially this evening as an upper-level disturbance pushes over the region. Rainfall accumulation will be rather light, however.
Tomorrow we will see a cold front (I've been speaking of this one for awhile) push through the region during the evening and early morning-Tuesday hours bringing substantial rainfall and potentially severe storms. Right now, the best I can time it out is around sunset, it will be impacting portions of the Texas Panhandle and south into West Texas...Places such as Lubbock, Midland, & Odessa. By 10pm- Wichita Falls, Abilene, San Angelo. Most of Hill Country (including Sonora, Del Rio, Uvalde, Hondo) will be hit during a midnight-3am window. Between 3-6am, Fort Worth, Waco, Killeen, Austin, San Antonio. Between 6-9am, Tyler, Corsicana, Athens, Palestine, College Station/Bryan, Western Houston Metroplex. The most severe storms look to impact the Wichita Falls-Lubbock-Abilene area (at least in the near future), although severe storms, including hail, damaging winds, and tornadoes, are possible through nearly the entire state west of Big Bend and north of Brownsville/McAllen/Harlingen. Flooding will be of highest concern once the system pushes into the Interstate 35 Corridor and east, with a possible 3 inches of rainfall accumulation. Stay Tuned!
Dan Schreiber is an operational meteorologist, with experience