Double dose of cold fronts this week will make it feel more like fall

It'll be comfortable with low humidity and mornings near 60 degrees

With over 90 days in a row of 90 degree heat, Monday's cool front will bring welcome weather changes to the Alamo City!

By the numbers: San Antonio's sizzling summer 2019

A cold front, moving through North Texas Sunday evening, will make it to San Antonio in the predawn hours of Monday morning.

Unfortunately, there won't be widespread, soaking rain associated with this front. However, a few showers and thunderstorms will be possible. The best chance of rain will be west of San Antonio and I-35 Sunday night and Monday morning.

Along with the chance of rain, the front will turn skies cloudy by early Monday.

What's more, winds will be quite gusty at times Monday. By midday, you'll notice a stout wind from the north at 10-20 mph. Wind gusts could be as high as 20-30 mph at times.

This north wind will help to knock humidity down a bit and keep temperatures in the 70s throughout much of the day.

Humidity will stay on the low side Tuesday and most of Wednesday, allowing for pleasant mornings with temperatures near 60 degrees.

However, we'll trek back up the temperature roller coaster with highs in the upper 80s by Wednesday. On Thursday, high humidity and heat will return with highs once again in the low 90s.

Just before we get too hot, another cold front will arrive by Friday. This second front has the potential to be even stronger than Monday's, ushering in some even cooler, drier air for next weekend.

So, here's to pumpkin spice lattes and all things fall! It's finally going to feel more like October across South Texas.

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Sarah Spivey

Sarah Spivey is a San Antonio native who grew up watching KSAT long before she began to think about a career in television.

Kaiti Blake

Kaiti Blake is a child weather-geek-turned-meteorologist.