Storms, showers expected in SA Monday night as cold front moves into West Texas

By Sarah Spivey - Meteorologist

SAN ANTONIO - Approaching showers and storms will make for a bit of a messy Monday evening commute. Minor flooding is possible in the usual areas. Rain will temporarily taper off after sunset.

Meanwhile, a cold front will move through West Texas overnight, bringing the chance for some stronger storms for areas like Del Rio and the western Hill Country, including Edwards and Real counties.

Any of the stronger storms that develop in these regions would be capable of gusty winds and possibly even some weak, spin-up tornadoes.

As the front marches toward San Antonio Tuesday, the first part of the day will be relatively quiet. With the cold front scheduled to arrive in San Antonio in Tuesday afternoon, storm chances will increase.

Any strong storms that develop would be capable of producing gusty winds and frequent lightning.

Check out the latest satellite imaging tracking storms in the San Antonio area.

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