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Few isolated storms lingering around San Antonio; it may produce lightning, gusty winds, some small hail

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SAN ANTONIO – After a stormy night, a few isolated storms are lingering around the Alamo City, KSAT 12 Meteorologist Sarah Spivey said.

These storms will produce lightning, gusty winds, and maybe some small hail.

Pop-up storms will be around throughout the day, but the main show will be this evening. Once again, severe weather with damaging gusts and flooding will be possible, Spivey said.

Most of the day, however, will be generally quiet, with only isolated storms possible. Expect mostly cloudy skies and a high temperature in the mid- to upper-80s.

After 7 p.m., a line of storms will be moving through the KSAT12 viewing ares. As with last night, these storms will have the potential to produce damaging wind gusts and flash flooding, Spivey said.


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