KSAT Weather: A few strong storms, heavy rain possible this evening, tonight

Hail, gusty winds possible, along with pockets of heavy rain


The radar is expected to  become active later this afternoon and this evening, as storms develop to our northwest and move into the area.  Some of the storms could be strong and produce heavy rain.  

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THIS AFTERNOON:  An outflow boundary brought stable conditions across the San Antonio area for now, however, that may change later this evening and tonight. Storms could develop from the northwest part of the state and work their way into South Texas. Additional development may occur along the border, as well. These storms may become strong to severe, with large hail and gusty winds being the main threat.     

TONIGHT: An area of storms is forecast to approach the area from the northwest by the evening hours.  With this complex system of showers and storms, a few strong storms may be mixed in and heavy rain may become an issue. This activity is expected to move across the area during the overnight hours.   

FRIDAY:  Storms may be ongoing in the morning, before moving away. Once the storms pass, there could be a lull in the action, before more storms fire up during the afternoon and evening hours. Once again, a few of the storms could be strong to severe.   

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About the Author:

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.