Weather Alert

Rainy week ahead in San Antonio thanks to Tropical Storm Nicholas

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SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — Storm and rain chances are in the forecast through the weekend as Tropical Storm Nicholas gets ready to hit the middle Texas coast sometime today.

Bexar County should not see the 40 to 50 mph storm-force winds that are set to slam into DeWitt, Fayette and Lavaca counties, but there could be some localized heavy rainfall starting later today.

The National Weather Service said the Monday forecast has the highest storm chances up to 60% and then will maintain 20 to 30% precipitation chances through Sunday.

If the storm shifts father to the west, the NWS said South Central Texas, including Bexar and surrounding counties, could see “significantly higher rainfall.”

Temperatures are expected sit in the mid-80s today and tomorrow and peak at the mid-’90s for daytime temperatures during the weekend. Lows will hover around the mid-’70s in the evening.

 


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