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Unstable weather in store for San Antonio in 24 hours

San Antonio may have two probabilities for rainfall subsequent week that may even convey some chilly morning temperatures.

SAN ANTONIO — A few elements are in play for San Antonio to get rain, attainable remoted sturdy to extreme storms and gusty winds on Monday. 

As a chilly entrance, upper-level system, and remnants of Tropical Storm Roslyn head our approach San Antonians will get one other style of cooler weather. Due to this mixture the Storm Prediction (*24*) has additionally positioned San Antonio in a slight danger (stage 2 of 5) for extreme weather Monday night. 

San Antonio may have two probabilities for rainfall subsequent week serving to to convey some chilly morning temperatures.

Here’s what to anticipate over the subsequent 5 days:

Monday (High 87 and Low 74): Light showers are anticipated throughout the area early morning. Remnants of Tropical Storm Roslyn may even assist by pumping further moisture our approach. San Antonians ought to see a break from rain through the afternoon earlier than extra rain/storms arrive Monday night when the chilly entrance slides into our space. 

Scattered storms are attainable with some remoted pockets that might turn into extreme. These pockets of rainfall may producing 1-2 inches of rainfall. Currently the risk for flooding is low. 

Monday evening you would possibly need to deflate or tie down these Halloween decorations as damaging winds and hail are attainable with stronger storms. The rain/storms will transfer by San Antonio round 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.

By 10 p.m. the entrance must be to the east of San Antonio abandoning breezy winds and cooler temperatures.

Tuesday (High 77 and Low 55): San Antonians will get up to temperatures in the mid 50s and a breezy north wind as much as 35 mph so you’ll want to put on a jacket! Plenty of dry air and sunshine will heat us up in the higher 70s by afternoon. 

Wednesday (High 79 and Low 50): Another chilly begin to the morning with temperatures colder than Tuesday in the low 50s and a few spots in the Hill Country may attain the 40s! Best to dress in layers if beginning early Wednesday as a result of afternoon highs shall be close to 80 levels. 

A southeasterly wind may even return permitting humidity again through the day. This may assist our rain probabilities Thursday.

Thursday (High 81 and Low 54): An upper-level system will transfer by our area late Thursday into Friday morning. Currently, San Antonio has a 40 % probability of rain/storms as one other entrance strikes by in a single day Thursday. 

Friday (High 78 and Low 62): Rain shall be current however ought to filter Friday evening. 

San Antonio continues to be under common for rainfall this year. So fingers crossed we are going to obtain some measurable rainfall with these subsequent two fronts. 

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