A wave of low pressure aloft will move into west Texas Friday night and develop into a closed low across central Texas by Saturday. Showers and t-storms will become widespread in west Texas Friday night and move east into the Coastal Bend early Saturday morning. With ample moisture in place, heavy rain is possible with potentially one to three inches of rain in the Coastal Bend which could lead to localized flooding. This line of rain moves east Saturday morning and we'll dry out by midday. Showers and storms could develop later in the day, but will be more scattered with the best chance inland. The low pressure area will move to the east starting Sunday and rain chances will be lower for Sunday. Temperatures will stay in the upper 70s to mid 80s Saturday due to the morning rain and clouds but reach into the mid to upper 80s Sunday.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy and warm with lows in the mid to upper 70s and southeast winds at 10-16 mph.
Friday: Very warm and humid, partly sunny and windy with an isolated storm chance and highs in the low to mid 90s inland to low 80s beaches and southeast winds at 15-25 mph.
Friday Night: Showers and t-storms developing late with lows in the low to mid 70s.
Saturday: Showers and t-storms are likelyearly in the morning, some which could produce heavy rain. We'll dry out for the afternoon but a few more storms are possible late in the day as temperatures reach the mid 80s inland.
Saturday Night: Slight chance of a shower or t-storm and lows in the low 70s.
Sunday: Partly sunny with spotty showers and t-storms and highs in the mid to upper 80s inland and near 80 at the beaches.