We’re in for another comparatively quiet climate day before early Saturday a row of heavy thunderstorms rumble to southwest Texas. Chief Meteorologist Travis Herzog suggests that the Gulf Brise may give us a few short downpours on Friday evening. It will feel warmer and more humid in the upper 80s.
Strong storms are feasible soon on Saturday morning when the climate scheme in the Pacific is blowing through Texas.
Travis claims wind gusts over 60 mph and golf ball size snow will be the main serious weather issues.
After this weekend’s snow settles, another round may follow fast into Wednesday after early Tuesday. This could be the last round of heavy storms we get as a thermal chain grows in Texas for some moment. Get prepared for a summer thermal flavor ahead. Next week we are searching at a couple of days in the 90s, including over the weekend of Memorial Day.