Storms stay north of SA; Chance of rain minimal for parade

Thunderstorm watch remains in effect in eastern counties

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SAN ANTONIO

Above is a live look at Doppler Radar over South Texas

7:45 p.m. update:

Looking good for Fiesta Flambeau! We're watching storms northeast of San Antonio. Meteorologist Kaiti Blake has your latest weather webcast. Watch here:

Posted by KSAT 12 & KSAT.com on Saturday, April 29, 2017

A cold front that will sweep through the Hill Country and South Texas tonight will have the potential to bring some strong thunderstorms with it.

WATCH LIVE: Fiesta Flambeau parade at 7:30 p.m.

Between 6-8 p.m., thunderstorms will hug the Interstate 35 corridor north of Bexar County.

As these storms push southeast tonight, they will form a line.

This line is expected to affect Bexar County between 9 p.m. and midnight.

KSAT Meteorologist Kaiti Blake says this will be a "watch-and-see" situation, especially in regards to rain during the Flambeau parade.

However, if a storm does affect the parade, Kaiti says the storm will likely not be severe, though a brief push of heavy rain, thunder and lightning, and some gusty winds are certainly possible.

If it does rain on the parade, it will be brief and rain will continue to move away to the southeast. ​

We're watching closely. 

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