Localized 4 inches of rain, severe storms possible late Monday, Tuesday

Tornadoes not expected


SAN ANTONIO – A cold front will make itself at home across South Texas late Monday into Tuesday, with the potential to drop a couple of inches of rain in some areas, forecasters said.

The National Weather Service says portions of the Texas Hill Country will be under a slight risk of severe storms.

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Your Weather Authority Meteorologist Justin Horne said a cold front will drop across the area Monday, bringing the greatest chance for severe storms late that evening.

Horne said the greatest threats include hail up to 1 1/2 inched in diameter and damaging winds.

By Tuesday, widespread rainfall will develop over the area and could drop up to 4 inches.

Good Evening! Here's a look at Monday's forecast. After some morning drizzle, it appears any significant rain chances...

Posted by Meteorologist Justin Horne on Sunday, April 9, 2017

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