Cold front makes for a muggy Saturday

Doppler Radar

VICTORIA, Texas – Shower activity is expected to persist into this evening with the presence of a surface trough that is nearly stationary to our west. This has also caused it to feel a bit cooler outside (I felt it this morning, at least). Heading into this evening with isolated showers possible, along with cloudy skies and patchy fog. Lows will dip into the mid 60s, making it a muggy, almost summer like night ahead.

For your weekend, we will get the rain out early. Saturday will have the highest chances of showers and thunderstorms, with cloudy skies as well. Highs will get into the mid 70s with breezy conditions possible as well. The thunderstorms and showers are due to a cold front moving through the area that will bring us cooler and drier air for the first part of your week. Once that cold front moves through, it will be a bit chillier at night, down into the 40s.

Sunday will be the perfect day to enjoy some seasonable temperatures. Skies will be partly cloudy with highs in the mid 50s, so a light jacket may be necessary. That night will get down into the upper 30s; a stark temperature change from a few nights before.

The rest of the week will begin with cooler conditions. Onshore flow will return to the Crossroads on Tuesday, bringing with it moisture and more rain. There is also a cold front that we expect to move through the are into the next weekend, so more rain ahead of that as well. Friday will be significantly cooler with the second cold front of the week through the area.