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FLASH FLOOD WATCH FROM SATURDAY AFTERNOON TO SUNDAY EVENING

Scattered heavy downpours will begin Saturday afternoon and carry through Sunday evening with many spots getting 1-3 inches with some isolated areas getting over 5 inches of rain this weekend.

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FORECAST: FLASH FLOOD WATCH through Sunday evening

 
SAN ANTONIO--FROM CHIEF METEOROLOGIST ALBERT FLORES

WHAT WE’RE TRACKING.
A slow moving storm system will bring plenty of showers and Tstorms to
all 4 zones this weekend.  Flooding is certainly possible with over 4 inches
of rain in some areas.

WHAT’S HAPPENING
Not a lot of wet weather today, but that changes this weekend.
A strong storm system approaching Texas will increase the chances
of rain late Saturday into Sunday. Heavy rain expected to begin late
Saturday, Saturday night into Sunday. A widespread 1-3 inches of
rain for the area, with isolated spots seeing up to 6 inches, so
flooding will be a major concern over the holiday weekend. Beginning
next Tuesday we see another break in this unstable pattern.

FORECAST:
Tonight: Cloudy, 20% chance of showers and Tstorms Low 70
Tomorrow: Cloudy, 70% chance of showers and Tstorms High 81
Sunday: Showers and Tstorms, with heavy rain possible, 70% chance
High 80
Memorial Day: Mostly cloudy, 50% chance of showers and Tstorms
High 84


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