SAN ANTONIO - UPDATE: All eyes are still in the Gulf of Mexico, however, the area of disturbed weather has shown little signs of development overnight.
It still remains disorganized. In fact, a scheduled Hurricane Hunters flight into the storm has been cancelled. The system could still see some limited development, but the big issue going forward will primarily be rainfall, KSAT 12 meteorologist Justin Horne said.
TIMING: We believe this area of tropical moisture should arrive by Friday afternoon. A chance of rainfall, sometimes heavy, will be possible Friday night and through the day on Saturday. Some clearing will be possible by Sunday.
IMPACTS: Showers and storms will be a good bet. Some heavy rain will be possible and there will be a flash flood threat, especially for areas south and east of San Antonio. With limited development, rainfall remains the main concern.
As always, we’ll keep you posted.
Expect scattered showers this morning, and then showers and storms later today, KSAT 12 meteorologist Mike Osterhage said.
We'll also see some sunshine with highs in the mid 80s. More of the same tomorrow. The disturbance in the gulf will bring more potentially heavy rain Friday and Saturday, Osterhage said.
Be sure to monitor the latest weather conditions from the KSAT 12 Weather Authority team on air and online.
Scattered showers this morning, then showers and storms later today. We'll also see some sunshine with highs in the mid 80s. More of the same tomorrow. The disturbance in the gulf will bring more potentially heavy rain Friday and Saturday. pic.twitter.com/uFrBbwGCkT — KSAT-12 Weather (@ksatweather) September 12, 2018
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