Rain, cold weather see you next week for San Antonio


Good morning, everyone! The pleasant weather we had last week is expected to continue, but not without some thunderstorms. Here’s what you need to know.

The National Weather Service for San Antonio-Austin tweeted on Monday that we can expect temperatures of up to 60 degrees with a high of 80 on Tuesday. These temperatures are expected to drop to the low to mid 40s as we head into the weekend.

Here’s a look at the weather for South-Central Texas for the rest of the week.

National weather service

In addition to needing a sweater, you may need to have your raincoat handy on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Until Wednesday there is a 70 percent probability of isolated thunderstorms. According to the NWS, the probability of storms drops to 20 percent by Thursday morning.

The Alamo City can then expect cool and sunny skies through Saturday.

Once we get through the rain, you may have to pack up in the morning.

Once we get through the rain, you may have to pack up in the morning.

Jerry Lara / Photographer

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