More Scattered Storms Into Early Next Week

Scattered storms continue to keep parts of the crossroads wet on Sunday. Most of the rain today was generally south and west of Victoria. Monday we will see more moisture moving inland to keep scattered showers and storms around the area. Some storms may produce some locally heavy rain. Rain chances will back off a tad bit by midweek. Rain chances will increase some by next weekend with a trough of low pressure moving over the eastern half of the United States.

There is lots of uncertainties in regards of how this trough will play out. Over the next few days, we will have a better feel to what will happen next weekend. Temperatures over the next seven days will remain around average. In the tropics, Hector remains strong as a category three hurricane. As of now, the forecast calls for hector to just pass south of the big island in Hawaii. The Eastern Pacific is active with Tropical Storm Ileana and Tropical Depression 12. The Atlantic Ocean is quiet except for a disturbance in the North Atlantic. The disturbance only has a 30% chance of development in the next five days.