SAN ANTONIO – For the first time in a long time, temperatures are in the 50s and 60s outside, KSAT 12 meteorologist Justin Horne said.
Showers have pushed well south of the area, however, and clouds remain in place. We'll see a mostly cloudy sky today, which should keep temperatures from getting too warm (highs near 80), Horne said.
Tomorrow, we'll start off comfortably again, but humidity will start to move back in by the afternoon. Any rain chances will likely hold off until Saturday, Horne said.
On both Saturday and Sunday, look for mostly cloudy skies and scattered showers (40% chance). Temperatures will be in the low 80s.
Thursday's Pollen Count:
Molds 1,070, Heavy
Ragweed 120, Moderate
Grass 100, Moderate
Pigweed 80, Light
Boy, it sure is nice this morning. The drier air behind the front yesterday will stick around on Thursday with the humidity starting to return tomorrow, KSAT 12 meteorologist Mike Osterhage said.
KSAT 12 meteorologist Adam Caskey says the lingering rain along the cold front is expected to stay south for the time being. We're expecting low clouds to start your Friday and last into the midday hours, but partial sunshine is likely by the afternoon with highs near 80.
The rain chances have been moved back to late tomorrow and into this weekend, Osterhage said.
Be sure to monitor the latest weather conditions from the KSAT 12 Weather Authority team on air and online.
Boy, is it nice this morning. Drier air in behind that front yesterday will stick around today. The humidity will start to return tomorrow. Rain chances move back in late tomorrow and this weekend. pic.twitter.com/35QMYua6MU— KSAT-12 Weather (@ksatweather) September 27, 2018
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