A few showers during morning commute, heavy rain possible west of SA

Stick with KSAT 12 for the latest weather updates

SAN ANTONIO – The radar has been active overnight and into this morning, KSAT 12 meteorologist Justin Horne said.

A Flash Flood Warning remains in effect for Edwards and Real counties until 9 a.m. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect, for areas west of San Antonio, until tomorrow morning, Horne said.

All of South Texas will have rain chances today. Scattered showers and storms are expected in San Antonio, with mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures are forecast to be in the mid-80s. Rain chances continue tomorrow, with the potential for a few strong storms, before drier air funnels in by Wednesday morning. 

Monday's Pollen Count:

Molds 1,020, Heavy

Grass 100, Moderate

Ragweed 60, Light


(Original Story)

Active weather continues out west, where Flash Flood warnings remain in effect for parts of Real and Edwards counties until 5:30 a.m., KSAT 12 meteorologist Justin Horne said.

The Hill Country and Edwards Plateau will have the best chances of rain again Monday. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for those areas (not Bexar County) until Tuesday morning.  

By early Wednesday, drier air will begin to funnel in bringing quieter and sunnier conditions for Wednesday and Thursday. By late in the weekend, though, more chances for rain return to the forecast, as another front moves into South Texas. 

Be sure to monitor the latest weather conditions from the KSAT 12 Weather Authority team on air and online.

Check out the latest satellite imaging tracking storms in the San Antonio area here:

Continued Weather Coverage

Stick with KSAT 12 News, your Weather Authority for the latest weather updates.

Keep up with the latest alerts from the KSAT Meteorologists with their Twitter stream below:

Tweets by ksatweather

About the Authors:

Justin Horne is a meteorologist and reporter for KSAT 12 News. When severe weather rolls through, Justin will hop in the KSAT 12 Storm Chaser to safely bring you the latest weather conditions from across South Texas. On top of delivering an accurate forecast, Justin often reports on one of his favorite topics: Texas history.

Ben Spicer is a digital journalist who works the early morning shift for KSAT.