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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.

SUNDAY

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.

Active weather pattern continues for South Texas Memorial Day weekend

Emergency road closures at low water crossings in Bexar County


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