Damp start to Thanksgiving Day in San Antonio with more rain on Friday

A broad storm system is coming together and will cause a variety of weather to affect South Texas in the days ahead. So, here’s what you need to know as you make your Thanksgiving, Friday, and weekend plans:

Wednesday Night

  • Widespread fog and drizzle becoming dense through the night
  • Wet roads and visibilities dropping to a half mile or less after midnight

Thanksgiving Day

Futurecast visibility in miles for Thursday. (KSAT)
  • Damp with dense fog and drizzle through noon
  • Scattered showers and even a few storms through early afternoon
  • The heaviest rain should be along the Coastal Plain (roughly between I-10 and I-37)
  • Not as damp for evening travel


Anticipated rainfall for Friday afternoon. (KSAT)
  • Rainy … meaningful rain … drought denting rain
  • Widespread rain varying in intensity throughout the day
  • Up to 2″ possible in some locations by Friday night
  • Windy: NE 10-20 mph with gusts up to 25 mph
  • Cool with temperatures cooling into the mid 50s by the afternoon


  • Saturday: Windy (gusts of 35 mph), sunny, and mid 60s
  • Sunday: Minimal breeze, sunny, and mid 70s

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