Showers, storms moving into South Texas


SAN ANTONIO – South Texas is seeing another round of wet weather as showers and storms began to move into the area early Wednesday morning.

KSAT Weather Authority Meteorologist Mike Osterhage said Wednesday will start very warm and very humid with showers to the southwest of San Antonio and a few storms in the Hill Country. 

Mike says we will see rain develop throughout the day with highs in the upper 70s. 

KSAT Weather Authority Meteorologist Katie Vossler says any rain Wednesday will most likely move out by early Thursday.  

Temperatures will continue to be very warm Thursday afternoon, but due to clouds, most places will stay just shy of 90 degrees.  

By Friday afternoon, another upper level disturbance will move into the region. Showers and storms are once again possible Friday afternoon and evening.

Cloud cover will hang around through the holiday weekend, with a chance for sprinkles Saturday and the possibility of a few more showers Easter Sunday.

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