SAN ANTONIO – The radar is showing a bit of a break in the action for now, as last nights steady rain moves east towards Houston. Scattered showers are still possible today, but it'll be tomorrow when rainfall is almost a certainty. Widespread moderate (and in some cases heavy) rainfall is forecast during the day on Wednesday.
Much of of the moisture that arrives tomorrow will be courtesy of what is now Hurricane Willa, which is poised to hit Mexico as a major hurricane later today. While the system will quickly weaken, that moisture will surge northeast towards South Texas on Wednesday.
A storm system will help give lift to that moisture and then move east of the area on Thursday. That means that the sun is forecast to reappear late on Thursday. Friday and the weekend look beautiful!
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