SAN ANTONIO – While Monday's weather will be warm and mostly quiet, Tuesday has the potential to be a bit more active in terms of severe weather.
Isolated storms are possible Tuesday afternoon and evening, mainly across the Hill Country and Edwards Plateau. Hail and gusty winds may accompany these storms. An isolated tornado also cannot be ruled out.
By Tuesday night, a broken line of storms is expected to work its way across North and Central Texas, potentially reaching the San Antonio area by the early morning hours on Wednesday.
Gusty winds and hail will be the main threats with this line.
Look for clearing to occur once the line passes, with quiet conditions by Wednesday afternoon.
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