We can rename it “Soggy Antonio” as low clouds and light rain has soaked the city Tuesday.
"Showers are expected to remain light but to continue through the afternoon rush hour before thinning out Tuesday evening," said KENS 5 Chief Meteorologist Bill Taylor.
A surface high helping supply the gulf moisture will move a little farther east Wednesday, so light rain is expected, but just not as widespread as today.
Changes were expected Thursday as a Pacific front moves in from the west and gives us a chance of scattered thunderstorms, said Taylor.
"Severe weather is not expected but a beautiful weekend is," Taylor said.