SAN ANTONIO – As we approach the start of Daylight Saving Time (March 14th) and the official start of spring (March 20th), we’ve been experiencing a warmer, more humid weather pattern.
And as we all know, spring can often mean thunderstorms. In fact, parts of the KSAT viewing area will have a chance to see a few storms Saturday night. Here are the forecast highlights:
- A strong upper low has moved into the plains Saturday, kicking off a line of severe storms across West Texas. This line will approach our western counties before midnight.
- A few storms out west late Saturday evening could be strong, with the best chance of severe weather well northwest of our area. Widespread severe weather across South-Central Texas is not anticipated.
- A thin line of showers and weak storms will progress east after midnight, moving through San Antonio by the predawn hours on Sunday.
- Gusty winds will kick in behind the front, continuing through the first half of the day Sunday.
- Skies will clear out by Sunday afternoon and humidity levels will plummet.
Daylight Saving Time
Don’t forget to set your clocks forward one hour Saturday night. Daylight Saving Time officially kicks in at 2 a.m. on Sunday morning!
7 Day Forecast
As always, Your Weather Authority team will keep you updated. You can get the very latest forecast anytime by bookmarking our weather page and downloading the KSAT Weather Authority App - available for both Apple and Android devices.