A few strong storms are possible Sunday evening

Some of these scattered storms could produce gusty winds, localized flooding


SAN ANTONIO – Temperatures above 100 degrees and the chance for strong to severe storms? That's June in South Texas!

Thankfully, a cold front will arrive Sunday night to cool us off a bit. However, the front will also bring the chance for scattered showers and storms.

Beginning in the Hill Country Sunday evening, scattered showers and storms will push southward toward San Antonio, with an estimated arrival time of 8-10 PM. Some of these storms will have the capability to be strong or severe, with damaging wind gusts, some areas of hail greater than the size of quarters, and localized flooding possible.


Overnight Sunday, scattered storms will continue into the early hours of Monday morning. Extra cloudiness, breezy winds from the north, and isolated showers will keep the temperature much cooler Monday. Highs should only be near 80 degrees.


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