NWS predicts when the fall sweater weather will hit San Antonio

San Antonio residents can expect some sweater weather soon, the National Weather Service said.

San Antonio residents can expect some sweater weather soon, the National Weather Service said.

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Yes, dry and hot conditions are expected to last all week and into the weekend. However, San Antonio residents can expect some sweater weather soon, according to the National Weather Service

Orlando Bermudez, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service, told MySA a mild cold front is coming in on Monday, September 26, bringing temperatures down in the San Antonio area. He said it will be in the lower 90s during the day but really nice in the mornings in the upper 60s and upper 50s in the Hill Country. 

“We just need to wait one more weekend and then we’re going to start to enjoy the weather next week,” Bermudez said.

Until then, the mid-summer-like conditions are expected across South Central Texas as fall officially starts on Thursday, September 22. San Antonio can expect above-average, high temperatures in the mid-90s to near 100s later this week before the cold front comes and chance of showers arrives on Monday.

Bermudez mentioned fall weather is delayed about a week or so compared to last year because of the high pressure in the air causing dry and hot conditions. He said it’s not typical to experience this weather around this time, but added how the summer of 2022 was the hottest in San Antonio’s recorded history. 

Once the front hits on Monday, Bermudez said the temperatures will begin to go down throughout the week and will gradually begin to feel like a fall in San Antonio.

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