LIVE RADAR: Tracking storms in San Antonio
Here’s an up-to-date look at radar and details about Sunday’s storm threats
For live radar, please play the video above. See live updates from the KSAT Weather team here.
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for a large portion of the KSAT viewing area until 12 AM 🌩️
This means severe thunderstorms will be possible now through 12 AM, and that you should be prepared to seek shelter if a severe storm is approaching your home or property. Storms may produce hail and damaging winds, along with heavy rain and frequent lightning. ~KSAT Meteorologist Kaiti Blake
- Scattered thunderstorms have developed Sunday evening; this activity is expected to become more widespread after sunset.
- While scattered storms may affect San Antonio before 9PM, a line of storms is expected to reach San Antonio between 9PM and 12AM; Damaging wind gusts and pockets of isolated hail are possible within this line of storms.
- Flooding may also become a concern by late Sunday and early Monday should heavy rain concentrate over one area.
- Sunday evening’s storms will be well east of San Antonio by sunrise Memorial Day.
- Memorial Day itself will be generally quiet with mostly cloudy skies, mugginess, and an isolated storm possible.
- Once again, storm chances will be greater in the evening hours on Monday.
- Storm chances continue into next week, as an area of low pressure drifts around South Texas.
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