SAN ANTONIO — Clouds are clearing from west to east Saturday evening and temperatures are falling into the low-to-mid-50s overnight. Humidity levels will stay low on Sunday with a mostly-sunny sky in the morning before cloud cover increases again during the day. 

On Sunday, temperatures will rise into the upper-70s-to-low-80s, despite the cloud cover. Isolated (20%) showers are possible tomorrow before rain coverage increases Sunday night into Monday. Most weather models show numerous showers and a few thunderstorms over south Texas on Monday. The Storm Prediction Center put the Austin area under a level 1 "Marginal Risk," which means isolated severe thunderstorms are possible for them. 

We do not anticipate severe weather for San Antonio and surrounding counties. Strong thunderstorm activity will stay to our north-northwest on Monday. 

Tonight: Decreasing clouds. Wind: NNW 5 to 10 mph. Low: 54 degrees. 

Sunday: Clouds build in and isolated (20%) showers are possible. Wind:ESE 5 to 10 mph. High: 80 degrees. 

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