San Antonio faces weather shift with warmer temps, possible storms on the way

The sun breaks through clouds over the San Antonio skyline.

The sun breaks through clouds over the San Antonio skyline.

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Sweater weather made a return to the Alamo City this weekend, as a cold front blew through Friday evening, March 8. Some areas faced wind gusts up to 40 miles per hour, and while caldo weather can be expected over the next couple of days, a weather shift is once again taking place next week.

San Antonians woke up to a cool and breezy Saturday morning, March 9, with lows dipping into the 40s. Partly cloudy skies can be expected most of the day, with an increase of sunshine throughout the day and highs reaching the upper 60s. Saturday evening’s clear skies will become partly to mostly cloudy after midnight, with overnight lows ranging from the mid 30s in the Hill Country to 50s along the Rio Grande, according to the National Weather Service. 

Daylight Saving Day

Sunday (Daylight Saving Day), March 10, will have a similar weather pattern as Saturday, with lows dropping into the 30s and highs reaching the 60s. The Alamo City will “spring ahead” one hour on Sunday at 2 a.m., and officials advise residents to check and change the batteries in their smoke and carbon monoxide detectors and NOAA weather radios at this time. 

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San Antonio weather shift

A major weather shift is predicted for next week, as temperatures are expected to rise by a nearly 50-degree difference. Monday, March 11, is expected to remain cool in the morning, with highs in the upper 70s by the afternoon. Tuesday, March 12, and Wednesday, March 13, will see a much higher increase in temperatures, with lows dipping into the 50s and highs spiking into the high 80s to low 90s, according to NWS. 

The weather switch-up doesn’t stop there, as chances for showers and thunderstorms are predicted to increase on Thursday, March 14. Temperatures will remain warm with lows in the 60s and highs in the upper 80s. All in all, San Antonians have much to look forward to, weather-wise, in the upcoming days. 

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