Tropical Storm Harold made landfall over Padre Island, Texas around 10 a.m. Tuesday morning, bringing gusty winds and needed rainfall to parts of South Central Texas. As the remnants of Harold continue to work westward, the rain will gradually come to an end from east to west Tuesday evening.
- Tropical Storm Harold made landfall over Padre Island Tuesday morning, bringing winds of 40-50 mph, with gusts up to 65 mph along the immediate coast of Texas.
- The heaviest and more widespread rain fell south of San Antonio, but totals in the 0.25″ - 0.75″ range were recorded closer to town.
- What’s left of the rain activity will continue to move west Tuesday evening, and we’ll gradually start to dry out from east to west with just an isolated shower leftover Tuesday night.
- After only climbing into the low 90s Tuesday afternoon in San Antonio before the rain moved in, upper 90s return Wednesday afternoon followed by more triple digits late this week.
Now that Tuesday’s rain is departing to the west, check out some of these photos sent into KSAT Connect:
Moving forward, rain chances come down and temperature crank up. Here’s a breakdown of what to expect:
- As the remnants of Harold move west, we’ll gradually dry out from east to west Tuesday evening with temperatures much cooler, in the upper 70s near San Antonio.
- A stray, lingering shower can’t be ruled out on Wednesday, but chances come down significantly as this low-pressure system departs to the west.
- Morning clouds lead in more afternoon sunshine, with a warmer afternoon high compared to Tuesday, pointed around 98° in San Antonio.
Late this week (8/24 - 8/25)
- Temperatures crank back up as high pressure briefly builds back over Texas.
- Triple digits return by Thursday and continue into next weekend, with just isolated chances (20%) for a quick shower.