SAN ANTONIO –
A healthy parade of upper storm systems has kept Texas in the line of fire this spring.
Saturday brings another chance of severe storms, especially across parts of northeast Texas.
However, the Hill Country and areas along and north of Interstate 10 could see a few severe storms Saturday morning and early afternoon. Here is the latest severe weather outlook for Saturday:
Initially, storms will fire up Friday in west Texas.
Over time, a line of storms is forecast to develop and push east.
By Saturday morning, a broken line of showers and storms will likely be pushing east. The Edwards Plateau and Hill Country will be affected, with a few strong to severe storms possible.
The storms are expected to move east through the day, with the best potential of rain staying north of Highway 90 and I-10.
Gusty winds and hail would be the main threats with the stronger storms.
In addition, plentiful moisture may allow for some pockets of heavy rainfall.
The storms will push east of Interstate 35 late Saturday afternoon and skies are expected to clear out on Sunday.
As always, count on the KSAT Weather team to keep you updated should severe weather affect the area.
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