KSAT Weather: Flash Flood Watch extended into Monday

More rain tomorrow, then scattered rest of week, Osterhage says

By Mike Osterhage - KSAT Weather Authority Meteorologist, Ben Spicer - Web Producer, Justin Horne - Weather Authority Meteorologist/Reporter

SAN ANTONIO - Light shower activity has been persistent across San Antonio early Monday morning.

The heaviest of the rain is currently south of SA and will continue for those areas through the day, KSAT 12 meteorologist Justin Horne said. A few showers are possible for all of South Texas into the afternoon.

Horne said cloud cover will help to keep temperatures in the low 80s today. Rain chances will become more isolated during the week, but will not go away completely, Horne said. Temperatures will likely stay in the 80s.


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KSAT 12 meteorologist Mike Osterhage says a flash flood watch has been extended until 1 p.m. on Monday.

The rain expected to continue and so does the flooding threat, Osterhage said. Dimmit, Zavala, Frio, La Salle, and Atascosa counties may some heavy rain through mid-morning. Another 1-2" of rain will be possible in these areas. 

In San Antonio, there will be a chance for some passing showers through morning rush hour on Monday.

Scattered showers are possible for the rest of the week, Osterhage said.

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