San Antonio awaits severe weather with possible large hail, high winds

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Thunderstorms with possible hail and damaging wind headed to San Antonio, Hill Country

Thunderstorms with possible hail and damaging wind headed to San Antonio, Hill Country

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Update: Saturday, February 10, at 7:40 a.m.: The Alamo City faces multiple rounds of storms beginning Saturday morning and continuing through Sunday morning with main threats including large hail and damaging wind gusts, according to NWS.

Thunderstorms will threaten the San Antonio area mainly in the afternoon through the overnight. Isolated instances of large hail and damaging winds are possible. While tornadoes are also possible, they are less likely to occur. Most of South Central Texas is in risk Level 2 of 5 while the rest of the area is in risk Level 1 of 5, according to NWS. 

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If you are not a fan of wet, dangerous weather, you may want to stay indoors this weekend and off the roadways. Forecasters are predicting isolated storms beginning Friday evening, February 9, going into the night with a round of showers and storms expected to develop early Saturday morning, February 10, according to NWS. 

San Antonians can expect a low risk of severe storms beginning Saturday at 2 p.m. through early Sunday morning, February 11. Storms are expected to wear off around 5 a.m. Sunday, however, there is a chance isolated large hail and damaging winds will accompany this weekend’s storms, according to NWS.

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Chances of severe weather for the Texas Hill Country is expected to be at the highest level early Sunday with isolated minor flooding also possible. Friday night’s temperatures are expected to stay in the mid 50s to low 60s, accompanied by patchy fog overnight. Going into next week, the weather is expected to be dry again with cooler temperatures across the area, according to NWS. 

It’s safe to say, the next few days will present true Texas weather fashion.