SAN ANTONIO - KSAT 12 meteorologist Mike Osterhage says a line of heavy thunderstorms moved southeast through the area. Osterhage said the storms weren't too severe, but winds did gust around 40 to 50 mph along with the heavy rain. Some areas did see some small hail.
Atascosa County is seeing heavy rain, lightning, and some hail as well.
Later today Osterhage said drier air moves in and we will see mostly sunny skies with a high of 90°.
Read below to follow the latest updates on Wednesday:
UPDATE: 4:45 a.m. -- A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for Bexar County until 5:45 a.m.
UPDATE 4:00 a.m. -- The significant weather advisory issued for Bexar County has been extended until 5 a.m.
UPDATE 3:05 a.m. -- A significant weather advisory has been issued for Bexar County until 4 a.m.
FORECAST: Warm and very humid conditions will stick around through Tuesday evening, setting the stage for the possibility of storms.
Cloud cover Tuesday has kept temperatures a little cooler than Monday, but there is still a slight chance for isolated thunderstorm development during the late afternoon and evening.
There is a "cap" of very warm air above the surface that is currently inhibiting thunderstorm development. Therefore, it's possible that there will be no storms developing in the afternoon, but any storm that might form will strengthen and become severe quickly.
A much more likely chance for thunderstorms is in the forecast overnight.
Shower and thunderstorm development to the north, along a cold front and dryline, will become a line of storms that should move through South Texas Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning. A few storms are possible in the Hill Country by 10 p.m. Tuesday, with the line of storms pushing through San Antonio and Bexar County after midnight.
Sunny with much lower humidity and very warm afternoon temperatures are expected Wednesday afternoon.
Power Outages/ Road Closures
With the threat of severe storms in the forecast, power outages are possible throughout South Texas and San Antonio.
Keep up with the latest power outages in the San Antonio area on the CPS Energy website. Click here to view a current power outage map.
Heavy rains may for roads across San Antonio and South Texas to close. Click the links below for current road closures.
Below is a map of notable low water crossings in San Antonio.
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