We hope you had a chance to view the partial solar eclipse in Texas. Even though the sun was only 60% covered, it was still noticeably dimmer during the afternoon, and temps even dropped a few degrees... leading to a cooler high of 94 in San Antonio.
A few isolated seabreeze showers were noted Monday afternoon, primarily south and east of SA. We don't expect to see any rain here on Tuesday, then on Wednesday a weak front stalling to our north may send a few showers as far south as the NW Hill Country.
There could potentially be a few showers Thursday, too, but it shouldn't amount to much. Our model says:
By Friday and the weekend it's a different story as the remnant low of TS Harvey will be moving through the Yucatan over the next two days, and then into the southern Gulf of Mexico. Several models bring this storm to South Texas, and at least one stalls it in Texas for a few days. The result could be some good rain Fri-Mon. NOAA's 7 day rain outlook shows 2-3" totals here at home, and a widespread soaking for Texas.
Check out all the details on your 7 Day Forecast.