KSAT Weather: Cold and wet Wednesday for San Antonio

The heaviest rain will be finished by noon Wednesday


SAN ANTONIO – Tuesday night brought some much-needed rain to portions of South Texas, and the chance for rain will continue through Thursday.

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Wednesday’s forecast

KSAT 12 Meteorologist Sarah Spivey reports that overnight we had heavy rain and t-storms all around us (even in Boerne shortly after midnight), but Bexar County was stuck in a bit of a "dry pocket" and missed out on the heavy rain.

Still, light showers are developing along a strong cold front which is moving to the south. As expected, today will be cold, cloudy, and windy with temperatures falling into the 40s.

Thursday’s forecast

Thursday will be another cool day in the 50s, with a chance for some scattered showers. The rain will not be as heavy as it was on Wednesday, but it will still succeed in keeping things damp.

End of the week

We’ll finally see an end to the rain chances on Friday, but the morning drizzle and fog will be back. Temperatures will also begin to rebound, along with the humidity. Another cold front will be on its way for the weekend.


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