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Heat relief for San Antonio arrives this week

Near-average temperatures & rain possibilities return to the forecast

Widely scattered showers and storms are potential Monday by means of Thursday this week. (Copyright 2022 by KSAT – All rights reserved.)

There’s no denying it ― June has been an unbearably sizzling month. 🥵 This June will go down as having essentially the most 100-degree days on file and there’s nonetheless 5 days left within the month!

What’s extra: excessive temperatures have been above common each single day up to now this month!

Thankfully, a welcomed climate sample change is about to reach. Here’s what it’s essential know:

SUNDAY

  • It will nonetheless be within the triple digits on Sunday.

  • There can be loads of solar within the afternoon after some temporary morning clouds.

  • A stray bathe can’t be dominated out within the afternoon & night however most will miss out.

MONDAY – THURSDAY

  • A welcome climate sample change can be in place to maintain possibilities of rain going for a number of days.

  • Isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms are anticipated within the space. Severe thunderstorms are usually not anticipated.

  • Early rainfall estimates counsel some elements of South Central Texas may obtain round a quarter-to-half an inch of rain. So, this received’t be a drought buster, however one thing is actually higher than nothing.

  • This sample change may also hold us out of the triple digits — at the least for a week or so! 🙌

Rainfall quantities over a number of days subsequent week will not be too spectacular, however any rain is welcome at this level (Copyright 2022 by KSAT – All rights reserved.)

7-DAY FORECAST

The newest 7 Day Forecast from Your Weather Authority (Copyright 2022 by KSAT – All rights reserved.)

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