More heat, tracking tropics



  • • A few pop-up showers through sunset
  • • Hazy skies from Saharan dust early this week
  • • Staying dry this week
  • • Hurricane Beryl likely in the Gulf of Mexico after July 5, but impacts to Mexico, Texas, or U.S. remain uncertain


We didn’t hit 100° today, so our count remains at 9 triple digit days so far this year, but we’re likely to add to that tally this week.

Expect a lot of sunshine along with a haze in the sky caused by the presence of Saharan Dust, which will stick around until midweek.

By next weekend there’s a glimmer of hope for a few showers, especially if Hurricane Beryl – or it’s remnants – pushes some moisture our way.

Hurricane Beryl forecast 10pm 6/30/21 (Copyright 2024 by KSAT – All rights reserved.)

Hurricane Beryl is moving into the Caribbean as a major category 4 hurricane, but Beryl could weaken a bit throughout the week as it encounters increased wind shear aloft.

Around July 5th it’s likely to interact with the Yucatan Peninsula. Thereafter, Beryl or it’s remnants are likely to end up in the Gulf of Mexico.

long range model guidance indicates the potential for Beryl or it’s remnants to hit Texas, but at this point anything is possible. It’s important to note that we look for model trends this far out and not the current model solution(s).

Uncertain path for Beryl or Beryl’s remnants in Gulf of Mexico. (Copyright 2024 by KSAT – All rights reserved.)