What is Doppler radar and how does it work? KSAT Explains
Meteorologists and weather experts in South Texas rely heavily on Doppler radar technology, but how does it work? How can a giant soccer-ball-shaped tower, known as the radome, detect clouds hundreds of miles away and send them to a computer as rain?
LIVE RADAR: Storms possible for San Antonio
As we approach the start of Daylight Saving Time (March 14) and the official start to spring (March 20), we’ve been experiencing a warmer, more humid weather pattern. And as we all know, spring can often mean thunderstorms. In fact, we’ll have a chance to see a few storms Saturday night. For more on the forecast, click here. For live radar, please play the video above.
LIVE RADAR: Scattered showers, storms in San Antonio, Bexar County
For live radar, please play the video above. “Isolated showers and a couple of storms have popped up in San Antonio, Bexar County Sunday afternoon. They’ll bring some relief from the heat to some areas. These rain showers or storms will likely bring some brief, heavy rain and gusty winds. RELATED: Triple-digit heat wave in San Antonio for the first week of August