We are finally seeing some upper-level disturbances coming toward us from Mexico. One earlier today bypassed us to the north with heavy rain in San Antonio and along I-35 toward Austin. A disturbance approaching the end of this week will be a little farther south and as a result cause significant rain for most if not all of the area.
Tonight, isolated thundershowers will appear to our north, but we'll stay breezy warm and stuffy with a low of 74.
Wednesday, expect only an isolated inland shower, otherwise less wind, considerable sunshine by afternoon, very warm and humid with a high of 89.
Wednesday night will also be breezy, warm, and sticky with a low of 74.
Thursday, still breezy, hot, and humid with a high near 90 under variably sunny skies.
Significant rain is expected in the Coastal Bend This weekend beginning Friday night.