Temperatures in the 50s just around the corner

First cool front of season to push into South Texas


SAN ANTONIO – After a summer which saw the Alamo City hit the century mark 15 times, the first real shot of cool air is just a few days away.

A cold front that was in the Dakotas on Sunday night will make its way into South Texas by late Tuesday and early Wednesday.

The front will also bring with it a small chance of rain. There is a 20 percent chance people will see rain at their home Tuesday, it odds rise to 30 percent by Tuesday night. Once the front passes, it will take the rain chances with it.

While the highs will only fall into the mid-80s by the end of the week, lows will likely fall into the 50s in San Antonio.

But the real change will be in the humidity. Your Weather Authority meteorologist Kaiti Blake said dew point temperatures will fall into the 40s and 50s for several days after the front passes.

So while you might not have to bust out the Uggs and scarfs, we wouldn’t hold it against you if you did.