The weather pattern will undergo several changes in the days ahead that will lead to a source of dryness, followed by higher rain and storm chances, then a return of drier conditions. We are generally entering a drier period for the next 36 hours; a wave of low pressure in the upper atmosphere is moving east, taking any chance of shower and storm action with it. A few isolated spots of developing rain or storms will linger in the eastern Big Bend through mid-evening before a general clearing trend occurs overnight. Drier air will allow lows to fall into the lower 50s. There will be ample sunshine Tuesday with warm highs in the upper 70s and lower 80s. Cloudiness will increase Wednesday ahead of a developing low-pressure system over the western Gulf which will heavily spread rain and storms across the area by Thursday.
Posted at 4:03 PM, Apr 01, 2013
and last updated 2013-04-01 16:03:00-04
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