Few downpours possible during the morning commute Monday

The heaviest rain Monday will be southwest of San Antonio

The commute could be damp in spots as a 40% chance for scattered downpours will be possible in the morning. (Copyright 2022 by KSAT - All rights reserved.)

SAN ANTONIO – A Gulf low pressure system moving through Deep South Texas has brought a welcome weather pattern change. Some folks got at least a little rain Sunday around the Alamo City, totaling 0.10″ to 0.50″. It wasn’t much, but we’ll take whatever we can get in this exceptional drought.

As the low continues to move across South Texas Monday, we’ll have another opportunity for at least *some* rain Monday.

Here’s what you need to know:

San Antonio will have a 40% chance for scattered downpours Monday morning with rain tapering off during the day (Copyright 2022 by KSAT - All rights reserved.)
  • SAN ANTONIO’S FORECAST - Tropical bands of rain will be flung toward San Antonio early in the morning tomorrow, potentially making the morning commute messy in spots - especially west of 281. The overall chance for rain is 40%. Plan to give yourself a little extra time in the morning to get those kids back to school and make it to work on time - just in case. After lunch, only *isolated* rain will be possible in San Antonio. It’ll be a mostly cloudy, breezy day with winds gusting from the southeast at 25 mph. The high in San Antonio should only be in the low-90s.
  • HEAVIER RAINS SOUTHWEST - Those across southern Val Verde, Southern Kinney, Southern Uvalde, Maverick, Zavala, Frio, La Salle, and Dimmit Counties will experience *widespread* rain tomorrow - great for the ranchers and farmers!
A low pressure system will bring heavy rains southwest of San Antonio (Copyright 2022 by KSAT - All rights reserved.)

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About the Authors:

Justin Horne is a meteorologist and reporter for KSAT 12 News. When severe weather rolls through, Justin will hop in the KSAT 12 Storm Chaser to safely bring you the latest weather conditions from across South Texas. On top of delivering an accurate forecast, Justin often reports on one of his favorite topics: Texas history.

Sarah Spivey is a San Antonio native who grew up watching KSAT. She has been a proud member of the KSAT Weather Authority Team since 2017. Sarah is a Clark High School and Texas A&M University graduate. She previously worked at KETN News. When Sarah is not busy forecasting, she enjoys hanging out with her husband and cat, and playing music.