(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS64 KEWX 030552) (06Z TAFS) Issued at 1237 AM CDT Sun Jul 3 2022 A cluster of storms continue churn slowly over the same areas along US Hwy 83, but appear to be no threat to move into the Del Rio or San Antonio VCNTYs at this time. Farther east, spotty low clouds can be seen on GOES nighttime imagery, so the begin time of around 08Z for MVFR cigs along I-35 appears on track. SAT is showing a cig currently, but intermittent clearing will probably continue through 08Z. No clouds appear to be forming north of the storm anvil canopy at DRT, so will opt for the 14Z-17Z suggestion by the NBM grids and see how the overnight convection and nearby cloudiness trends. After daybreak, there could be a very low coverage of convection, but nothing is suggested in the convective allowing models to impact TAF sites. All areas should be VFR by 17Z and last through the evening, with some afternoon and early evening gust to 20 knots possible. 30-hour TAF sites AUS/SAT show a 09Z return of MVFR stratus.