Thunderstorms forecast for San Antonio through weekend

SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — There is a continued chance of thunderstorms through most of the weekend, and some of the storms could be severe.

The month of September is not generally associated with severe weather in South-Central Texas, but there are somewhat frequent exceptions.

“We could see severe weather in any month of the year, although it’s most common during the springtime in May,” said Jason Runyan, meteorologist with the National Weather Service. “We could also see a secondary peak of severe weather in September and October.”

Any rainfall that occurs is not expected to do much to change the ongoing drought conditions brought on, in part, by record-setting high temperatures for much of the summer.

Cooler temperatures are expected through Sunday with daytime highs primarily in the low 90s for South-Central Texas.

KTSA will keep you advised of the changing weather conditions.

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