Wet weather to continue in SA on Thursday
Chance of severe storms has weakened
SAN ANTONIO – KSAT 12 meteorologist Mike Osterhage says it's wet and it is going to stay that way. Showers and storms basically all day Thursday. More rain also tomorrow. There will be a cloudy start to Saturday, but then it will clear and be warmer into the first part of next week.
KSAT 12 meteorologist Adam Caskey says rain will be intermittent in nature as we go through Thursday and into Friday. A few afternoon storms are possible the next two days, but we're not expecting anything strong or severe.
San Antonio will start Thursday in the upper 50s then reach near 70 for an afternoon high with a gusty northeasterly wind. Sunshine is expected to return on Saturday.
The National Weather Service says to expect areas of light to moderate rainfall across portions of South Central Texas on Thursday. Rainfall amounts will be on average 1/10 of an inch or less through 6 a.m. A few isolated areas may pick up more, up to 1/4 of an inch.
The low pressure will linger in the area through the end of the week. Sunshine returns in time for the weekend.
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