Jacket, umbrella may be needed for trick-or-treating

Cool temperatures, rain in forecast

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SAN ANTONIO – Trick-or-treaters may need to wear a jacket over their costume and keep an umbrella handy on Halloween night.

A slight chance of rain will continue through the day, as skies remain overcast, KSAT 12 meteorologist Justin Horne said.

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Doppler radar indicated a few light showers across South Texas Tuesday morning.

Temperatures are also cooler behind a frontal boundary.  

Little, if any warm-up will occur through the day, with high temperatures only in the low 60s.  

Temperatures in the upper 50s can be expected around trick-or-treat time.  

Rain chances will increase slightly on Tuesday night, as an upper-level disturbance pulls closer.  

A few thunderstorms are possible, mainly east of San Antonio.  

The weather will clear out by early Wednesday morning.  


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