SAN ANTONIO -- Thousands of students heading back to class Monday could face a rainy first day of school.
According to KENS 5 meteorologist Paul Mireles, there will be a slight chance of a thunderstorm as kids catch the bus in the morning, with a better chance of storms as the school day comes to a close.
As of 8:30 on Monday morning, most of the shower activity was south and west of San Antonio. Scattered showers were expected to pop up throughout the day.
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Storms are generally moving in a west-northwest direction at around 15 mph according to Mireles.
A good deal of us will see some rainfall today. As you head out the door, make sure the kiddos have an umbrella with them. said Mireles.
Back to school Monday looks mostly cloudy with a 50% chance of scattered showers and storms with a better chance in the afternoon, said KENS 5 meteorologist Jared Silverman
Monday will be slightly cooler with high temperatures expected in the low to mid-90's across south Texas.
There will be a 30 percent chance of rain Tuesday before the rest of the week dries out and temperatures approach 100 degrees again by week's end.