A little windy today, but overall not too bad! Never pains me to see the sun. I hope y'all had a great weekend.
Regional Rainfall Totals & Significant Weather From Last Night:
Del Rio: 0.26"
Fort Stockton: 0.20"
New Braunfels: 1.35"
San Angelo: 0.53"
San Antonio Int'l Airport: 0.74"
Brackettville, TX: High Winds Caused Downed Power Lines
Reagan County, TX: 64 mph Thunderstorm Winds
Sterling City, TX: 60 mph Thunderstorm Winds (Lost Power)
Roscoe, TX: Downed Power Pole on Interstate 20
Hondo, TX: 61 mph Wind Gust
San Antonio, TX: Fencing Blown Down & Shingles Ripped From Roof During Thunderstorm
Canyon Lake, TX: 60 mph Wind Gust
Burnet, TX: 60-70 mph Wind Gust- Blew Down Trees, Destroyed Barn, and Large Feed Trough Blown 100 yards away
Pflugerville, TX: 59 mph Wind Gust with Shingle Damage
Pretty good weather ahead of us...not a whole lot to write about. Should be sunny to partly cloudy and around seasonal normal temperatures for the work week. Another cold front comes through on Tuesday, but with no real chance of rain...so really just a breezy day again. Could drop below freezing in higher elevations in West Texas and up in Hill Country on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday mornings, but nothing too exciting.
Dan Schreiber is an operational meteorologist, with experience