WATCH: KSAT Storm Chaser follows Wednesday's storms

Flooding, some hail, gusty winds possible in SA, surrounding areas


SAN ANTONIO – As the frontal boundary and an upper-level low combine forces, the KSAT Storm Chaser is on the hunt to capture images and video of all the weather activity.

Follow and get a front-seat view through the lens of the Storm Chaser while KSAT meteorologist Justin Horne and his crew follow the action. 

For the latest weather updates, scroll below:

(5:30 p.m.) A tornado warning has been issued until 5:45 p.m. for Live Oak County, which is just outside the local viewing area.

A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for Bee, Goliad, DeWitt, Gonzales, Karnes, Lavaca and Live Oak counties until 6:30 p.m.

The line of storms is moving east and the KSAT Storm Chaser is heading out to catch it.

(4:40 p.m.) KSAT meteorologist Justin Horne from the Storm Chaser is forecasting for some possible thunderstorm activity in Wilson County near Poth.

The Storm Chaser is still following the line of storms as it moves out of the San Antonio area.

(4:15 p.m.) The KSAT Storm Chaser is traveling south to get ahead of a line of storms, which are moving closer to Floresville in Wilson County.

KSAT meteorologist Justin Horne is projecting possible strong storms in the area.

(3:25 p.m.) The KSAT Storm Chaser is heading towards downtown San Antonio as a line of storms move into town.

(2:45 p.m.) KSAT meteorologist Justin Horne from the Storm Chaser reports heavy, blinding rain in Kendall County near Boerne.

(2 p.m.) The KSAT Storm Chaser has departed and is on the hunt for storms.

(12:30 p.m.) A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for Bexar County and surrounding counties and is in effect until 7 p.m. Wednesday.

CLICK HERE for the full list of counties under the severe thunderstorm watch.


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