Get ready for a cool change! Cold front blasts into San Antonio on Thursday night

Mornings will be much cooler heading into the weekend

A cold front arrives in San Antonio on Thursday (Copyright 2020 by KSAT - All rights reserved.)

SAN ANTONIO – After a toasty October weekend with record-breaking temperatures near 100 degrees, we deserve a break from the heat. Thankfully, a cold front is on its way to the Alamo City!

What you need to know:

A cold front on Thursday will make it feel more like fall, but only for a couple of days (Copyright 2020 by KSAT - All rights reserved.)
  • Warm temperatures and humid conditions will persist through Thursday afternoon
  • However, a cold front will move through by Thursday evening
  • A strong north wind will settle in behind the front Thursday afternoon and evening
  • In fact, winds could gust up to 35-40 mph through Thursday night
North winds will gust up to 40 mph Thursday evening & night behind a cold front (Copyright 2020 by KSAT - All rights reserved.)
  • It will be much cooler by Friday morning, with out-the-door temperatures in the 50s
  • It looks like we’ll only get as warm as the upper 60s and low 70s Friday afternoon
  • Unfortunately, no significant rainfall is expected with Thursday’s cold front

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About the Authors:

Sarah Spivey is a San Antonio native who grew up watching KSAT. She has been a proud member of the KSAT Weather Authority Team since 2017. Sarah is a Clark High School and Texas A&M University graduate. She previously worked at KETN News. When Sarah is not busy forecasting, she enjoys hanging out with her husband and cat, and playing music.

Justin Horne is a meteorologist and reporter for KSAT 12 News. When severe weather rolls through, Justin will hop in the KSAT 12 Storm Chaser to safely bring you the latest weather conditions from across South Texas. On top of delivering an accurate forecast, Justin often reports on one of his favorite topics: Texas history.