KSAT Weather: Rainy Monday; warm, dry for rest of week

Cold front arrives this weekend in time for Fiesta!

By Justin Horne - Weather Authority Meteorologist/Reporter

SAN ANTONIO - Watch live Doppler radar over South Texas above

After heavy rains west of San Antonio Sunday night, a complex of storms has moved offshore.

In its wake, a few showers and isolated storms are showing up on radar this morning.

By the afternoon, isolated to scattered showers and storms are expected to pop up again across the area, with the best chances east of Interstate 35. Some of the storms could produce heavy rain.

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Otherwise, mostly cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper 70s can be expected.

Rain chances begin to go away on Tuesday, with only a slight chance of a shower across the Coastal Plains.

Several dry, warm days are forecast underneath a fairly quiet pattern.

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A cold front will likely sweep across the area on Saturday, bringing with it a brief shower or storm.

Behind the front, low humidity, cooler temperatures and overall nice weather will be in place for late Saturday and during the day on Sunday.


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