Some rain showers overnight through the region...these are somewhat light and slow-moving...and will linger though the area through the overnight hours...potentially even longer through Eastern Hill Country and the Interstate 35 Corridor.
Tomorrow will be an interesting day as the rain showers taper off in the morning...looks like the region will begin to dry out as northwesterly winds push in during the first half of the day. But, as the afternoon and evening progress, southeasterly winds will again take over and bring more moisture back into the region ahead of another upper level disturbance out of the Northwest that will likely bring some more rain showers (and potentially thunderstorms) to Central Texas on Monday night.
Accumulations don't look impressive at all to the south and west of Hill Country (in fact, I'd be surprised to see much rain at all tomorrow night through Del Rio)...but Hill Country and north/east will see heavier amounts...up to a half inch in some places and some thunderstorms along with it. After this cold front pushes through, northerly winds will take over for a cooling trend to carry out the rest of the week...at least through Thursday....with daytime highs more around normal for this year (60's to low 70's).
Dan Schreiber is an operational meteorologist, with experience