Sizzlin’ weekend with only spotty rain for a lucky few

Happy weekend!


  • • Hot with afternoon heat index values ranging from 105° to 110°
  • • Minimal rain chances — 10% to 20% for lucky few
  • • Saharan dust will bring hazy skies
  • • Too early to tell if Tropical Storm Beryl will make landfall along Mexico or U.S. coast


Weekend forecast (6/29 & 6/30) (Copyright 2024 by KSAT – All rights reserved.)

There are a few patchy showers southeast of San Antonio this morning, but as the sun rises, it’ll turn into a hot and humid Saturday with highs in the upper-90s and heat index values as high as 110° around 4/5pm.

Tropical moisture from the Caribbean will mainly stay south, impacting Mexico, but a stray shower for the SA metro area with a few more clouds are possible Sunday. Chance is only 10% to 20%. Otherwise, another hot day.

Hazy skies this weekend from the first seasonal arrival of Saharan dust. The plume will not be thick enough to cause major allergy issues, only a small and not noticeable dip in air quality for most.


Tropical Storm Beryl has formed in the Atlantic. It is expected to strengthen into a hurricane and move toward the Caribbean by midweek. It’s too early to tell *if* and *where* it would impact the Mexico or U.S. coast, but we will keep you posted!

Tropical Storm Beryl will strengthen into a hurricane, potentially impacting the Caribbean next week. It’s too early to determine if and where it’ll make landfall in Mexico or the U.S. (Copyright 2024 by KSAT – All rights reserved.)

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