The weather in San Antonio this week calls for showers and thunderstorms

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San Antonio residents could see scattered showers and thunderstorms this afternoon this week.

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After a brutally hot and dry summer, San Antonio residents saw scattered showers and thunderstorms this afternoon.

From Monday there is a 30 percent chance of rain. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday currently have a 50 to 60 percent chance of rain.

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“We’re having a generally disrupted weather pattern this week,” Andrew Quigley, a weather forecaster with the National Weather Service Office in Austin-San Antonio, said Sunday afternoon.

Energy from the Gulf of Mexico and a faint front approaching the area from the north are combining to form thunderstorms, Quigley said.

Quigley warns that while there is a chance of rain everywhere, the coverage area is not widespread.

“Unfortunately, there will likely be some neighborhoods[in San Antonio]that get through this week that don’t see rain,” Quigley said.

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