The chance for rain remains high for the Rio Grande Valley, as key ingredients stick around the region.
A trail of showers continues Wednesday afternoon within a band in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, and push north and west.
Much of the rain is light to moderate in nature with some heavier pockets, and even a couple of embedded thunderstorms, possible.
Key ingredients are the rainmakers, including an upper level low pressure system to our northwest and a trough of low pressure in the Gulf of Mexico.
They have helped to filter in tremendous amount of moisture across South Texas and introduce lift into the atmosphere.
We can expect to see high chances for rain through Thursday night, dwindling by Friday.
Then a slight chance for standard afternoon seabreeze showers this weekend.