Much of deep South Texas is under a marginal risk for severe weather Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service in Brownsville.
Not all locations will receive thunderstorms and only an isolated storm or two may become severe. Any severe thunderstorms that do form have the primary threat of damaging winds and large hail.
Otherwise, expect mostly cloudy skies becoming partly cloudy with highs in the mid-upper 80s. McAllen’s High will be 89, while Brownsville will be 88. South Padre Island will check in at 79.
Looking ahead, very warm temperatures are expected Wednesday and Thursday, though cloud cover may help keep the triple digit temps away.
A cold front is forecast to stall over the Rio Grande Valley late Thursday night or early Friday morning. The stalled front should cool afternoon temperatures down some and also keep showers and thunderstorm chances in the area into the weekend.