Forecast solutions call for clouds to increase Saturday in advance of a weak trough of low pressure pushing east out of the central Rockies.Expect a partly to mostly cloudy sky with temperatures warming to the low 70s.Rina is expected to lose tropical characteristics in a couple of days.
Wednesday's weather is shaping up to be cloudy, damp and quite cool. High temperatures should range from the upper 40s across the Hill Country to the low 50s across Central Texas to the low 60s near the coast.
Temperatures Wednesday night are shaping up to be quite chilly.
High temperatures Sunday will be in the low and mid-70s.
Long-range forecasts for next week continue to call for a dry and mild weather pattern as the storm track and the cold air stays well up to our north.
Limited moisture and lift will lead to only a slight chance for rain.
Should any rain develop, totals will likely stay below a tenth of an inch.Tropical Storm Rina Forms in the Central Atlantic The tropical depression in place over the central Atlantic Monday, strengthened into a tropical storm early Tuesday.As of late Tuesday afternoon, the center of Tropical Storm Rina was located about 925 miles east of Bermuda. A turn toward the north-northeast is expected late Wednesday, followed by a rapid northeastward motion on Thursday.Maximum sustained winds are near 45 mph with higher gusts.Some strengthening is possible through Wednesday before weakening begins on Thursday.High temperatures throughout the week are forecast to stay in the mid and upper 70s while low temperatures hold in the upper 50s to low 60s.