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Slimmer rain chances expected the remainder of the week | FORECAST

It was a stormy Sunday and Monday evening across South Texas, but thankfully, drier conditions are expected for the rest of the week.

SAN ANTONIO — It was a stormy evening across much of South Texas, but a majority of us are waking up Tuesday morning with no rain. We only have a few isolated showers on radar and we will continue with a slight chance for a few isolated showers and storms throughout the day on Tuesday under a partly cloudy sky. Temperatures start off in the 60s and rise into the 80s for the afternoon.

For Tuesday night, temperatures fall to the 60s under a mostly clear sky. Wednesday brings continued dry conditions with a mostly clear sky overhead, but storms to our north on Wednesday will move closer to the region Wednesday night as they die out, leaving us with a chance for a few showers and storms. Drier conditions will move back in for Thursday with lows in the 60s and highs in the 80s. Friday through Monday will bring a slight chance for a few isolated showers and storms each day as an upper-level low-pressure system sits over the region.

Expect anywhere from a half of an inch of rain to an inch and a half of rain over the next seven days.

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