Showers, storms to develop Wednesday morning before cold front in afternoon

Storms could be strong to severe in our extreme east, northeastern counties

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SAN ANTONIO – It’s spring this morning as it is very warm and humid with some fog, but January will return starting later today.

A cold front is heading in our direction and as it gets closer, showers and a few storms will develop this morning and early afternoon, KSAT12 Meteorologist Mike Osterhage said. Some storms could be strong to severe in our extreme east and northeastern counties.

The cold front will move through the Hill Country around lunch time, and then into San Antonio around 2 p.m. or so, Osterhage said.

Wind will shift to the northwest and be breezy. We’ll clear out, which will allow temperatures to get down to the low 40s and upper 30s tomorrow morning. A secondary push of colder air will keep our highs in the upper 50s Friday through the weekend, Osterhage said.

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Meteorologist Mike Osterhage handles the weather forecasting duties for the Emmy-award winning "Good Morning San Antonio" and as co-host of “SA Live” in the afternoon. Mike received his meteorology degree from Mississippi State and a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Oakland University in Rochester, Mich.

Ben Spicer is a digital journalist who works the early morning shift for KSAT.