SAN ANTONIO - We hope you're not tired of the rain just yet -- it will be around through the end of the week!
Your Tuesday afternoon and evening commute will be quite messy.
While it won't be raining constantly during the course of your drive, heavy downpours will continue to pace south to north across the San Antonio area. The chance for rain in San Antonio will be 60 percent.
Aside from slick roads causing some problems, it will be a gloomy rush hour, too. Skies will stay cloudy for the rest of the day, keeping temperatures in the 70s.
A 60 percent chance for rain will remain in the forecast tonight.
Another round of rain will be possible early Wednesday morning.
A flash flood watch has been issued for Bandera, Medina, Frio, and La Salle counties, and all counties west until Thursday night. Five to 10 inches of rain will be possible through this time period, which may result in flash flooding issues across our western counties.
A cool front arrives tomorrow and Thursday, keeping rain chances in the forecast all week.
By Friday, the clouds cover will start to break a little bit. Rain chances will fall to 30 percent.
A drop in humidity will arrive just in time for the weekend.
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