Across North America, the upper level wind pattern is shifting to an arrangement more typical of the hot summer months. Strong high pressure is forming over the eastern US while deep low pressure dominates the western half. This will bring cool and stormy weather to the Intermountain West, but hot humid and dry weather for Texas and the eastern US.

In the short tern, some strong storms are expected to move through Texas on Saturday. While most strong storms should be well north of the San Antonio area, some damaging winds and large hail are possible through Saturday afternoon. Briefly heavy rain may also occur.

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Starting Sunday, high temperatures will begin to rise to the low 90s and continue through the week. Outside of another passing disturbance (again, mostly north of us) on Tuesday, the next week should be warm and dry.

More details are in the Seven Day Forecast.

Dan Robertson

Twitter: @TexasThunderman

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