Two potential cold fronts this week will bring scattered rain & chilly weather

Halloween will likely be windy and much colder


SAN ANTONIO – This weekend was beautiful with crisp mornings and sunny, pleasant afternoons. However, two potential cold fronts this week will reintroduce a chance for rain and make for a chilly Halloween.

Changes begin Monday morning with mugginess and the return of clouds. Some patchy fog will also be possible.


Monday afternoon's high temperature will be near 80.

Tuesday's weather depends on where a cold front stalls. Behind the front, it will be much cooler. Ahead of the front, it will be warmer.

Based on current weather trends, it's looking like the front will stall between the Hill Country and HWY 90. This would make Tuesday a cooler day in San Antonio, with highs in upper 60s and scattered showers.


Scattered showers will continue on Wednesday with the approach of a stronger cold front, which will move through San Antonio Wednesday evening.


Winds will gust from the north up to 30 mph Wednesday night, as temperatures fall from the 70s to the 40s by Thursday morning.

Halloween will start off windy and chilly with areas of light rain. Temperatures will struggle to get out of the 50s. By the time the kiddos get ready to go trick-or-treating, the weather shouldn't be too spooky. Skies will be clearing, but it will be cold.


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