Mix of sun and clouds this afternoon, more storm chances tomorrow
SAN ANTONIO – *Above is a LIVE look at Doppler Radar over South Texas*
After some morning showers and storms, expect clearing from west to east today, KSAT Meteorologist Justin Horne says.
Afternoon sun should push temperatures into the 80s. While a stray storm may pop up for areas east of San Antonio, rain chances will remain low for the rest of today.
By tomorrow, isolated to scattered storms could begin to fire as early as the afternoon for areas from Del Rio to Rocksprings. Some of these storms could be strong to severe, with large hail and gusty winds.
These storms will drift east and could affect the I-35 corridor by tomorrow evening.
Otherwise, expect mostly to partly cloudy conditions tomorrow, with highs in the upper 80s.
By the weekend, a frontal boundary will help to create additional rain chances. Scattered showers and storms are possible both late Saturday and during the day on Sunday. Temperatures are likely to be cooler, especially by Sunday.
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