SAN ANTONIO – A quick-moving storm Monday slammed the Alamo City with large hail.
Though there have been few reports of damage, this was the second storm this month to produce large hail.
The storm developed south of San Antonio during the afternoon hours and made its way across Bexar County between 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Viewer pictures show hail the size of baseballs in Leon Valley, the Medical Center and portions of the West Side.
The National Weather Service did issue multiple warnings for Atascosa, Bexar and Comal counties.
By 9 p.m. the all the storms had dissipated, though another chance of severe storms is forecast for Tuesday.
A shortwave of energy will approach the region and isolated to scattered thunderstorms are expected to develop late Tuesday afternoon and evening. Not everyone is South Texas will see the rain, but any storm that develops likely could become severe. The main threats will be large hail and straight-line winds. However, an isolated spin-up of a brief tornado can’t be ruled out.
Development of storms will begin late Tuesday and could last into the morning hours. Storms will end from west to east by late Wednesday morning.
A dryline will push through South Texas behind the storms. This will cause hot and dry conditions with lots of sunshine by Wednesday afternoon.
Of course you can stay with Your Weather Authority to keep you and your family updated with the latest weather information as it becomes available.
Power Outages/ Road Closures
With the threat of severe storms in the forecast, power outages are possible throughout South Texas and San Antonio.
Keep up with the latest power outages in the San Antonio area on the CPS Energy website. Click here to view a current power outage map.
Heavy rains may for roads across San Antonio and South Texas to close. Click the links below for current road closures.
Below is a map of notable low water crossings in San Antonio.
Continued Weather Coverage
Stick with KSAT 12 News, your Weather Authority for the latest weather updates.
Download the KSAT 12 Weather app on your smartphone for the latest weather updates.
Get the KSAT Connect app and be part of the KSAT News Team! It’s the easiest way to share pictures and videos with KSAT.
See a possible news story? There’s a pin for that. Have a pet pic? There’s a pin for that. Got some serious Spurs spirit or is something driving you crazy in your neighborhood? There are pins for that, too!
Drop a pin, share your pictures and we could use your pictures on the air!