Showers move through SA area, more rain expected on Wednesday

A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for Western areas

By Mike Osterhage - KSAT Weather Authority Meteorologist, Ben Spicer - Web Producer

SAN ANTONIO - More showers with some heavy downpours are moving through the San Antonio area early Wednesday.

The rain will then be off and on all day, KSAT 12 Meteorologist Mike Osterhage said. Thanks to the clouds and rain, temperatures will be on the cool side, near 80°.

It will be wet the rest of the week, then a bit drier and cooler this weekend, Osterhage said.

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A flash flood watch is still in effect for the western half of our area through Thursday night.

The National Weather Service says additional rainfall over the western half of the area during this
period will be 2-4 inches with isolated totals up to 8 inches. The eastern half of the area will see 1/4-1 inch with the higher totals including the San Antonio area.

A front will also come through later Friday and bring a quick taste of Fall for the weekend, Osterhage said.

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