After a nice weekend, it’s time to prepare for our first severe weather chance of the spring. A dynamic storm system will sweep across Texas Monday, bringing with it a widespread chance of severe weather - including around San Antonio.
Here’s what you need to know:
- After a lull in showers & storms through early afternoon, scattered storms will redevelop between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.
- Some of these storms will become severe, especially east of Highway 281
- All types of severe weather will be possible -- hail, damaging wind gusts and there is even a possibility of a tornado
- Rain chances end for everyone late Monday night and it will be sunny Tuesday.
WATCH VS. WARNING
With the likelihood of severe weather watches and warnings Monday, it’s important to remember the difference between a WATCH and a WARNING:
- A WATCH means that we’re monitoring the weather as severe weather is possible.
- A WARNING means that severe weather is happening and you should TAKE ACTION IMMEDIATELY.
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