Eastern line of showers falling apart, only light rain expected in Bexar County

High temperatures on Tuesday should only reach mid-90s

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

SAN ANTONIO - UPDATE: The eastern end of the line of showers and storms has fallen apart, KSAT 12 meteorologist Justin Horne said. That means Bexar County may see a brief shower, but not much else. The heaviest of the action remains from Del Rio to Rocksprings this morning. Once this line passes, only a small chance of rain is expected this afternoon.


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KSAT 12 meteorologist Justin Horne says a line of showers and storms is moving south across the Hill Country early this morning, as a frontal boundary slowly moves into the area.  

With this line, expect some heavy downpours, lightning, and thunder. Severe weather however is not likely.  

This activity should move towards the San Antonio area later this morning and through midday. As the line moves south, it may become a bit more broken, Horne said. 

By the afternoon, look for isolated showers and storms, mainly south of San Antonio. High temperatures today will be kept down courtesy of added cloud cover and potential rainfall. Highs should only reach the mid-90s. Drier air will filter in tonight and humidity levels should stay low next few days.  


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