KSAN 10 PM Weather, Saturday, September 30, 2017


— From your KSAN Storm Team Meteorologist Scott Barry — Six days of rain & cloudiness, last week, was the price we paid to get a little bit of sunshine and a warmer day today on Saturday.  While we have a slight rain chance early tonight, due to some showers lurking just West of San Angelo, after tonight, we’ll see improving weather for Sunday & Monday with some peeks of sunshine and warmer days ahead, finally!

In the meantime, it’s appearing that a tropical wave will be transiting the Gulf of Mexico, heading West-Northwestward through the Central & Western Gulf of Mexico Sunday through Monday.  The tropical wave axis will reach the Southeast Texas coastline Monday night.  

By Tuesday & Wednesday, forecasting models are indicating that a slug of moisture will be entering our area of West Texas, coming up from the Southeast, after the tropical wave’s moisture moves up our way between Tuesday afternoon & especially Wednesday.  

For that reason, rain chances escalate during that time period from Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday, & extending in to Thursday of this coming week.

Before that time comes, we’ll enjoy a couple of warmer days, with some sunshine from time to time, as lows will be in the low to mid 60’s & highs in the mid 80’s on Sunday & Monday.  Winds will be light Southeast to South at 5-15 mph.  Enjoy your Sunday!

—  KSAN Storm Team

Meteorologist Scott Barry

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