Cooler-than-average temperatures were the theme this past week with highs in the upper 50s and low 60s in San Antonio.
A reinforcing push of cooler air arrived Saturday, and has set us up for a colder-than-average weekend across South Central Texas.
Sunday, November 20
After a damp, windy, and cold Saturday, another chilly day is in store Sunday.
Morning temperatures in the upper 30s/low 40s lead in highs only in the mid 40s by Sunday afternoon, so definitely bundle up again if stepping out for any weekend plans
A few spotty showers will be possible through the morning hours, before coverage increases through the second half of the day and even more so Sunday night/Monday morning
As far as next week goes, rain chances come down Monday night and temperatures start to warm in the days leading up to Thanksgiving. 🍂
Another cold front will move through Thanksgiving Day, but temperatures should only cool by some 10 degrees. There’s still a question as to whether or not we’ll see rain with the front Thursday, so we’ll keep you updated!
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