San Antonio’s Fiesta Forecast 🎊

The humidity has noticeably returned and will stick around through the remainder of the week. This will lead to a damp Battle of Flowers parade on Friday with areas of morning drizzle expected, and perhaps a few showers/a storm.

Here’s the latest:

KEY POINTS

  • A humid and warm weather pattern continues.
  • Morning drizzle expected again Friday, leading to damp conditions for the Battle of Flowers parade.
  • On top of the drizzle, a few showers/a storm can’t be ruled out Friday morning, followed by an isolated storm chance Friday afternoon.
  • A better storm chance arrives by Sunday morning. A few strong/severe storms will be possible.

Thursday, April 25: Battle of Flowers Band Festival, 10th Street River Festival

Here’s a full list of events taking place on Thursday, April 25.

  • Humid and warm, with a bit of morning drizzle or mist.
  • Highs in the mid-80s.
  • Mostly cloudy.

Friday, April 26: Battle of Flowers Parade, Fredstock Music Festival

Here’s a full list of events taking place on Friday, April 26.

  • Damp and humid for the Battle of Flowers with morning drizzle and mist.
  • A few showers or a stray storm will be possible by early-to-mid morning, so take the umbrella to the parade to be safe!
  • An isolated storm can’t be ruled out in the afternoon.
  • Should a storm pop up, it could become strong.
  • Warm, with highs in the mid-80s and mostly cloudy skies.

Saturday, April 27: Flambeau Parade, King William Fair

Here’s a full list of events taking place on Saturday, April 27.

  • Humid and warm with morning drizzle or mist.
  • Highs in the mid-80s.
  • Mostly cloudy skies, with just a stray storm possible late in the day.

Sunday, April 28: MissionFest, Day In Old Mexico

Here’s a full list of events taking place on Sunday, April 28.

  • Scattered rain and storms possible Sunday morning, some of which could be strong/severe.
  • Trending drier by evening.
  • Humid and warm, with highs in the mid-80s.
Morning drizzle, plus a few showers/a stray storm can’t be ruled out Friday morning.

Your Weather Authority will update this article throughout the Fiesta season and include detailed forecasts for major events and parades as they get closer. Keep checking back!

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