SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — The greater San Antonio and Austin areas could see potentially severe weather Monday.
The National Weather Service said the remnants of Tropical Storm Roslyn, a cold front, and an upper level low will bring multiple chances for showers and storms throughout the day.
The heaviest rainfall will likely be east of Austin and Gonzales. Points west of San Antonio will likely see less than a quarter-inch of rain.
The weather service said some scattered showers will start in the morning, but stronger and potentially severe storms will be possible in the afternoon with another chance overnight.
The storms will be possible in the Hill Country, along the Interstate 35 corridor, and points east.
Flooding is not expected, hail up to an inch in diameter is possible. Up to 60 mile per hour wind gusts are possible, along with an isolated tornado.
The weather systems should clear out by Tuesday, which is expected to bring fire weather threats to points west of San Antonio that do not receive rain.