Bracing for More Rough Weather

All eyes are on the skies for the next few days for the threat of severe weather crossing through the San Antonio area.

The National Weather Service said the biggest threat for seeing rough weather stretches from Sunday Afternoon through Tuesday Morning. The worst of it is expected along a line running east of Fredricksburg to about Pearsall.

Forecasters said widespread areas could expect anywhere from three to six inches of rain, with isolated spots picking up as much as seven to ten inches of rainfall.

The biggest threat s flooding, though forecasters said damaging winds and brief tornadoes are also possible. The threat for large¬†hail is seen as “low” with this system.




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