Some mist or drizzle is possible through 8 or 9 AM, otherwise, expect a mostly cloudy Monday with highs around 60 degrees. Otherwise, partly sunny with a high near 38. Clouds increase overnight, and patchy dense fog will develop after midnight, which may impact your early Monday travel.
Yesterday's rain, a daily record for San Antonio, left us in the clouds and fog this morning, but we're dry today and warming up into the 60s.
Heavy rain is likely and a few isolated thunderstorms can't be ruled out.
Launch of CRS-13 Dragon on SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket
Jason Rhian spent several years honing his skills with internships at NASA, the National Space Society and other organizations. The rocket did go vertical on Space Launch Complex-40 early on Friday, increasing confidence that a flight will occur today.
Fog may be thick in many areas this morning. "Computer models have been hinting at rain totals between 1" to 2+" with this one rain event, which may produce localized flooding. Rain returns to the forecast tomorrow through Wednesday.
As for the roads, drivers are urged to put more space between vehicles, use low-beam headlights and allow extra time to get to their destinations. An Arctic cold front will blast through the area on Friday. This front will bring in a round of showers and storms and much colder air.
Highs next weekend will be in the 40s and 50s. Overnight lows will be in the 30s.