SAN ANTONIO – A strong April cold front that kicked up showers and storms Friday afternoon will also bring all of South Texas a significant cool-down for the upcoming weekend.
What you need to know:
- The cold front arrived in the Hill Country early Friday afternoon and will continue to move through all of South Texas by late Friday night. The interaction of this cold front with warm, humid air in place has produced showers and storms.
- The severe weather threat for San Antonio and for much of the KSAT viewing area has passed. However, lingering showers and non-severe storms will be possible through late Friday night.
- Localized flooding issues will remain possible through about midnight to the east of the I-35 corridor.
- The front will drop temperatures significantly tonight and for tomorrow. Temperatures are not expected to rise out of the 50s Saturday!
- Widespread showers and a few non-severe storms will return to the area through the day on Saturday.
- Rain chances are lower on Sunday, while isolated to scattered shower and thunderstorm activity is forecast to continue into next week.
For now, check out the latest video below from your Weather Authority Team: