Some moderate storms were rolling into San Antonio on Monday afternoon as part of a weather system lingering in South Texas.

Some stronger storms had threatened areas west of San Antonio on Sunday night into Monday morning but weakened as they headed east toward Bexar County.

According to KENS 5 meteorologist Bill Taylor, a heavy cell south of Seguin is still bringing heavier rains. The low pressure swirl means that San Antonio isn't done with rain yet on Monday as this evening could bring more rain, especially on the east side and eastern Bexar County.

The weather should stabilize after the rains are done as Wednesday will be warm and sunny as well as Thursday, just in time for Fiesta.