Harlingen, Texas (KVEO)—If you are not a fan cold weather, good news is in store for you!
Temperatures for the rest of this week will remain comfortable reaching the 70s in the Rio Grande Valley. A gradual warm up is in place for the end of the week with high temperatures potentially surpassing the 80 degree mark. Overnight lows will remain mild, dropping into the 60s.
As a weather system slowly makes it’s way toward Texas, increasing rain chances are in store for the RGV, focused mainly on Wednesday.
While we are not expecting heavy rain, we could experience light showers from Rio Grande City to South Padre Island.
Cooler temperatures could reach areas west of McAllen while no significant temperature changes expected from South Padre Island to Harlingen.
Temperatures will be about ten degrees cooler west of McAllen and Edinburg during the day on Wednesday.
Next weekend, another weak cold front is expected to reach the RGV, bringing a slight chance for isolated showers Saturday. Temperatures will slightly cooler with highs remaining in the 70s.
Unfortunately, expected rainfall this week is not enough to help increasing drought conditions across Deep South Texas.