A weak cold front Thursday morning will continue to push through the Rio Grande Valley, bringing with it showers and the possibility for isolated thunderstorms. Any precipitation, however, should end before noon.
The skies are expected to clear behind the front. Breezy and windy conditions are also expected, with sustained 20 to 30 mph winds and gusts up to 40 mph in some areas.
High temperatures will reach the upper 80s and low 90s across the region.
McAllen and Harlingen will both be 92. Brownsville and South Padre Island are expected to be 91 and 78, respectively.
Sunny and dry conditions with low humidity is expected Friday and Saturday. Breezy to windy southeast winds will return Saturday afternoon, bringing back the humidity for Easter Sunday, when high temperatures will range between 85 and 95 degrees.
The next storm system is forecasted to occur Tuesday and/or Wednesday as an upper level storm system approaches from the northwest.