By Bill O’Neil
Here comes the rain again… and things could get pretty stormy around the Alamo City over the next few days.
National Weather Service Meteorologist Cory Van Pelt told KTSA News the threat begins to move in to the area Thursday Afternoon and Evening.
“We should have some thunderstorms that develop pretty close to or just west of Interstate 35–extending from San Antonio up through the Austin area” Van Pelt said.
That should mark the beginning of what could be a very active weather pattern across much of South-Central Texas.
‘It looks like that’s going to die out overnight–and then we’ll have another round of mostly isolated stuff on Friday Afternoon” Van Pelt said.
From there, things could turn really storm Saturday.
“We’re going to have a weak cold front that moves in. Depending on how slowly it moves… if it moves slower than the models expect, we could see some pretty decent rainfall amounts out of that” Van Pelt said.
Stay with 550 KTSA and FM 107.1 for the latest on the potential severe weather threat.