After almost two weeks of record heat our weather has changed the most violent – at least for a few days.

Although there will be no rain every day, thunderstorms – some strong – are at stake. Here’s what you need to know about the weather this week:


  • There may be short-term rains, thunderstorms in some places. The probability of rain is 40%.

Tuesday (30%)

  • On Tuesday at the beginning of the day short-term rains are possible.

  • Small thunderstorms are also possible in the afternoon. Any storms can become strong, but coverage will be isolated (30%).

NIGHT Tuesday / Wednesday morning (70%)

  • The Cold Front will move through South Central Texas, and after 10pm the likelihood of a storm will increase

  • Heavy thunderstorms are possible again, heavy rains are not excluded

  • Wednesday morning trip can be damp and dirty


By Thursday, the probability of rain falls out of the forecast. Weekend on Remembrance Day without rain and heat, as highs return to the 90s.

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