Tropical Storm Manuel and Hurricane Ingrid have battered both Mexican coastlines and moisture from both tropical systems are expected to work its way to South Texas.
KSAT Weather Authority Meteorologist Mike Osterhage expects scattered storms Monday and Tuesday, then another wave of rain at the end of the week.
Hurricane Ingrid is expected to make landfall about 400 miles south of San Antonio. Tropical moisture will spread northward after Ingrid moves inland, according to the National Weather Service.
The NWS predicts a 30 percent chance of rain for San Antonio mainly after 7 a.m. Monday with a high near 90 and a low in the mid 70s.
Tuesday's chances for rain drop to 20 percent, however rain chances are expected to increase Thursday and Friday.
Tropical Storm Manuel drenched Mexico's southwestern Pacific shoulder Sunday while Hurricane Ingrid targeted the country's Gulf coast.
As of Monday morning, heavy rains and landslides had caused at more than 20 deaths and led authorities to evacuate thousands across Mexico.
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