KSAT Weather: Unhealthy levels of air pollution on Monday

More sunshine for the week ahead

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SAN ANTONIO – More sunshine and warm temperatures are on the way for Monday as high pressure remains in control.

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Monday’s air quality is considered unhealthy for those with respiratory problems, the elderly and young children who are advised to limit their time outdoors. Unusually high amounts of pollution have caused the poor air quality.

Monday & Tuesday

Monday and Tuesday will be very similar weather-wise. Morning temperatures will be in the 60s, with afternoon highs getting near 90 degrees. Sunshine will abound both days. Need springlike weather conditions? You got it.

Wednesday & Thursday

We’ll see a bit of a breeze pick up on Wednesday, and we’ll also see the humidity increase. However, sunshine will remain, as will the warm temperatures. 

As a result of the increasing humidity, we’ll see a few of the low-level clouds come back, turning our sunny skies to partly cloudy skies. 

Regardless, fair weather will continue as rain chances stay out of the forecast.


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