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San Antonio First Warning Weather Forecasts


We have rain on the radar and it will stay on the radar until early next week.  An upper level storm system and tropical system off the western coast of Mexico plus an approaching cold front will combine to provide favorable conditions for rain.  This will impact travel and outdoor activities across the region.

Conditions will quickly favor the potential for moderate to heavy rainfall Friday night and Saturday. The cold front will move across the area Friday night and become stationary along the coast.  Storms will move into the Hill County by late Friday afternoon and increase as we head into Friday evening.  The front will act as a trigger to continue rain chances all weekend long.

Rainfall totals will generally range from 1-2 inches across the area with isolated spots to over the Hill Country and to the northeast receiving 4 inches of rain.

Check out Fox News First.  We'll show you how long the wet weather will stick around and how much to expect through the weekend.

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