SAN ANTONIO – UPDATE: An area of showers and storms limped into San Antonio overnight, leaving behind only small amounts of rain (.03″ at the airport), KSAT Meteorologist Justin Horne said.
Areas to the west did see larger amounts. After a bout of morning clouds, expect partly cloudy conditions this afternoon.
Isolated storms will be possible along the Rio Grande. Just like yesterday, we’ll have to watch what happens to our west and northwest, Horne said.
Horne said if complex storms can develop, it may move in our direction overnight. We could also see a few lingering showers and storms tomorrow.
More scattered rain chances arrive over the weekend, with the possibility of some nighttime storms Saturday night into Sunday.
It’ll be tough to pinpoint exactly where and when, but some pockets of heavy rain may develop too, Horne said.
KSAT Meteorologist Mike Osterhage said we have some leftover showers and a couple of storms that are dying down. A few showers and storms will be scattered around San Antonio today, with high temperatures near 90 degrees.
Osterhage said we have to watch out for more storms to develop overnight and move through tomorrow morning.
Scattered rain will also be around this weekend, with the best chance being Sunday and Memorial Day. It won’t be a rain out, but on the other hand there could be a couple of heavy pockets, Osterhage said.
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