SAN ANTONIO — Another chance of rain is coming to San Antonio over the next 12 hours. The combination of an upper level wave and dryline will move closer to Bexar County overnight Monday.
The San Antonio metro area is currently under a Marginal Risk for severe weather, which is a 1 out of 5 on the Severe Weather Outlook scale.
Therefore, San Antonio has the potential to see an isolated strong to severe thunderstorm but chances are low. Storms that form around San Antonio have a chance to become severe with brief heavy rainfall, hail and damaging winds with wind gusts of 60 mph.
A severe thunderstorm was spotted 18 miles west of Del Rio, moving northeast at 35 mph. This storm was bringing quarter-size hail and possible damage to vehicles. The Severe Thunderstorm Warning as since expired.
Here's what San Antonians can expect:
Monday PM: The Hill Country could see isolated to scattered storm earlier in the evening and ending around 10 p.m. Therefore, the Texas Cavaliers River Parade should be clear of any severe weather. Temperatures will also stay spring-like in the upper 70s.
Overnight Monday - Tuesday AM: Near midnight is when an isolated severe storm could develop around Bexar County ahead of the dryline around the I-35 corridor. An isolated cluster of storm activity could bring severe weather with strong winds, rain and hail through early morning Tuesday.
San Antonio does not have a risk of flooding since storms will be moving fast.
San Antonio should be in the clear of severe weather by 5 a.m. on Tuesday before the usual morning commute. However, roads may still be slick.
Once the system passes very hot and dry conditions will follow with temperatures above 90 degrees for Tuesday.