KSAT Weather: Rain and cold leave, sunshine still sparse

Sunday promises to be warmer with tad more sunshine


SAN ANTONIO – Saturday brought a cold, wet and gray day to South Texas, but Sunday offers a little more hope for those planning to spend time outside.

The day will start with some areas of fog, so allow a little extra time to get to Sunday services. Remember that low beams are best in dense fog.

Temperatures will start in the low 40s and will remain cool through lunch, reaching the mid-50s around noon.

The fog will clear as the morning progresses, as will some of the clouds. Occasional peaks of sunshine will keep the afternoon from being totally gray, but there will still be plenty of clouds.

For those outdoor-seekers, the rain is gone, but the hiking trails, recreation fields and parks may still be fairly muddy after Saturday’s day-long soaking.

Afternoon highs will be in the mid-60s thanks to some moments of sunshine, but by evening, it’ll be back in the 50s.

The bus stop on Monday morning will be cool, in the 50s, but cloudy and fairly humid.