Sticky, humid weather to stick around

Changes by midweek could bring storms


SAN ANTONIO – Get used to the warm and humid weather over the next couple of days, KSAT meteorologist Sarah Spivey said.

With winds breezy from the southeast at 10-20 mph, Gulf of Mexico moisture will continue to push dewpoints near 70 degrees.

When it is that high, things start to get sticky and uncomfortable. Monday night will be mild and muggy with morning lows in the low-70s. As for Tuesday? Hot and humid with a high around 90 degrees.

Changes could be on the horizon. A dry line will inch closer to South Texas and the Hill Country Wednesday morning and Thursday, producing scattered showers and storms. Thursday's storms have the potential to be strong and possibly severe with large hail being the main threat. 

As more information becomes available, Your Weather Authority will make sure to keep you safe and informed!


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