A complex of storms is traveling through south Texas with gusty wind and heavy rain.
Showers and t-storms occurring along & west of I-35 and in the Hill Country tonight; locally heavy downpours of 1-2" and lightning possible. pic.twitter.com/bUuc3FQGGd— NWS San Antonio (@NWSSanAntonio) June 27, 2017
What started as a line of storms around San Angelo broke up a bit, but is now merging with other isolated storms that were virtually at a standstill across northern Bexar and Bandera counties.
The entire complex of thunderstorms is now moving to the southeast. These storms are not severe, but will bring winds in excess of 30 to 40 mph at times, and heavy rain up to 1 to 2 inches as they pass through. However they are slowly weakening to a large shield of rain.
The storms should clear San Antonio after midnight tonight, and our eastern counties within a few hours after that. More pop-up showers and storms are likely Tuesday afternoon.
See local radars here.