SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — Another round of storms could impact the region Friday evening.
The National Weather Service is saying that the storms could bring heavy rainfall. That’s causing concern because some areas got soaked this morning and the potential for flash flooding has increased.
The storms are forecast to impact South Central Texas, beginning out west near the Rio Grande late this afternoon, moving east through the I-35 corridor mid to late evening, and through the Coastal Prairies late evening and overnight.
Along with the rain, large hail and damaging straight-line winds are the primary threats with any severe storms that do develop. There is a low risk for isolated tornadoes.
The NWS is predicting this timeline:
Rio Grande: 4PM-10PM
Hill Country: 6PM-10PM
I-35 Corridor: 8PM-Midnight
Coastal Prairies: 10PM-2AM