Chance for severe storms persist across South Texas, Hill Country

Storms could form overnight

By Justin Horne - Weather Authority Meteorologist/Reporter
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SAN ANTONIO - Clouds will be slow to burn off Tuesday, leading to mostly cloudy conditions and temperatures slightly cooler than Monday. While little to no activity is expected this afternoon, storms will be possible overnight, especially for areas west of San Antonio. 

Storms will develop across West Texas this evening and may move east into the area overnight.   There is potential for some of the storms could be strong to severe, with the main threats being large hail and gusty winds. 

The best chances for severe weather will be from Del Rio to Rocksprings to Kerrville.  

If the storms can hold together, the activity may arrive to the San Antonio area by early Wednesday morning. By the afternoon, a stray shower or storm may fire up again across the area. 

On Thursday afternoon, the area will see additional chances of strong to severe storms, as a dryline becomes active once again.  Rain chances are also in the forecast for the weekend as a weak frontal boundary arrives by Sunday morning. 

Stick with Your Weather Authority for the very latest.

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