Sunny, mild Tuesday; next shot of cold air arrives Wednesday

Highs Tuesday will reach the upper 70s, tumble into 50s Wednesday

SAN ANTONIO – Our northern counties experienced a round of severe weather Monday morning as an upper-level disturbance moved from West Texas into East Texas. Here in San Antonio, we were spared the worst of the weather, and had just a few stray showers and storms amounting to just a few hundredths of rainfall officially out at the airport. As the storms exited to the east, it left us here in the Alamo City with lots of sunshine and highs in the mid to upper 70s.

For those with plans for Monday evening, it will be pleasant, but folks might want to grab a light coat as temperatures tumble into the upper 40s with mainly clear skies and light winds.

Tuesday will be very similar to Monday with sunny to mostly sunny skies in the forecast. Highs will reach the mid to upper 70s. That is about 10-15 degrees above seasonal average.

Currently, a front is moving through the Northern Plains and will take temperatures from the 70s, which have been prevalent over the last several days, to the 50s and even upper 40s. An additional shot of cold air should arrive by the weekend.

There will be some additional clouds that move in on Thursday and Friday, however rainfall should remain scarce with only a few light showers possible on Friday. 

Otherwise, the upcoming weekend looks great with highs back to near seasonal average under mostly sunny skies.