SAN ANTONIO – UPDATE: KSAT Meteorologist Mike Osterhage said the weather is going to stay like it is all day on Wednesday, with highs in the upper 40s.
There will be showers, and it will be windy.
Thursday will be the same as today, except a bit colder, Osterhage said.
We’ll see a little sunshine Friday and Saturday, but it will still be a little chilly.
It’ll be warmer on Sunday with a shower or two, Osterhage said.
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A cold front has made it to the Alamo City, and temperatures are falling from the 70s into the 40s and 50s across Texas.
The front will sweep through all of South Texas by Tuesday night, bringing a significant cool down, gusty winds and a few showers. Winds could gust up to 25 mph. With an overrunning pattern setting up, the damp, cool conditions will stick around Wednesday and Thursday. Rainfall totals are expected to remain on the low end.
Don’t expect to see much sun this week, with only a few breaks in the clouds Friday and Saturday. Another chance of rain heads our way on Sunday.