Storms possible Monday night

Several storms may be strong west of San Antonio

By Kaiti Blake - Meteorologist, Justin Horne - Weather Authority Meteorologist/Reporter

SAN ANTONIO - After a gorgeous end to the weekend, chances of showers and storms return to the forecast as we begin a new week.

While this week's weather will not feature as many days with rain chances as last week, some strong storms are still possible. 

Here's what you need to know: 

  • Much of today will nice! Expect partly cloudy skies and high temperatures near 80.
  • By Monday afternoon, storms will develop northwest of the area, with some indications that these storms may form into a large complex. Should this occur, the area of storms would move into the Hill Country late Monday evening, eventually reaching the I-35 corridor overnight. Initially, some of the stronger storms could contain hail, but as the night goes on, localized heavy rain will be the main worry. The complex should fall apart as it moves east of San Antonio by early Tuesday morning.

  • Additional isolated thunderstorms may develop Tuesday afternoon, but there won't be a concern for severe weather.
  • Rain chances drop out of the forecast by midweek.

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