SAN ANTONIO –
Showers have begun across South Texas and we’ll see a few passing showers throughout the rest of Thursday.
By this evening and tonight, rain chances will increase as a cold front approaches the area.
A Flash Flood Watch is in effect starting Friday afternoon and continuing through Saturday morning.
Passing light showers, cloudy skies, and temperatures in the 50s and 60s.
Rain chances increase as a front approaches. Showers and a few rumbles of thunder are possible.
Temperatures should stay steady overnight in the upper 50s and low 60s.
A wet morning commute is likely as showers and a few thunderstorms develop across the area.
Rain chances remain high through the day; however, there could be a few breaks in the action, especially during the afternoon. A strong storm or two may pop up along the coast tomorrow afternoon.
A Flash Flood Watch goes into effect Friday afternoon.
This is when the heaviest of rain is forecast to arrive. A line of heavy rain will set up and push east overnight into the pre-dawn hours of Saturday. Some flooding is possible.
Rain ends early Saturday morning, but clouds may hang around for a while. It’ll also be breezy and cooler. High temperatures will only reach the mid-50s.
Skies clear, however, temperatures will still only top out in the 50s.
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