NWS: 7-day forecast calls for rain, low temperatures for San Antonio

Wind gust could reach as high as 35 mph.

After dealing with low temperatures and gusty winds earlier in the week, residents are going to want to prep for rainy conditions heading into work after tomorrow

After dealing with low temperatures and gusty winds earlier in the week, residents are going to want to prep for rainy conditions heading into work after tomorrow

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After dealing with low temperatures and gusty winds earlier in the week, San Antonio residents are going to want to prep for rainy conditions heading into work after tomorrow, according to a recent report from the National Weather Service

Cool temperatures will once again be hitting the area starting on Monday, January 23 before San Antonio welcomes a round of scattered showers and even a few storms starting on Tuesday, January 24, according to the weather service.

Gusty winds are expected in the area starting on Monday afternoon before an upper disturbance in the region brings a chance for beneficial rain starting early Tuesday morning. According to the National Weather Service, thunderstorms will be possible, and a few could become stronger in the Coastal Plains during the morning hours. Chances for precipitation is 100 percent on Tuesday, and wind gust could reach as high as 35 mph, according to the service. 

After dealing with wet and rainy conditions on Tuesday, San Antonio residents can expect clear skies and normal cool temperatures to round out their work week before another round of possible showers return on Sunday, January 29. The weather service predicts incoming cloudy conditions starting on Saturday, January 28 that offer a 20 percent chance of showers. So, be sure to pack an umbrella for any possible weekend plans.

Stay safe, San Antonio.

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