SAN ANTONIO – After several days this week with highs in the 80s & 90s (🥵), it’s sweater weather once again! Our next cold front arrived late Wednesday night and you’ll feel the effects throughout the day Thursday.
- Thursday: Grab a jacket Thursday morning and keep it handy all day! It will be noticeably cooler, less humid, and a gusty north wind will add a chill to the air. Wind gusts will be as high as about 35 to 40 mph through late afternoon. Expect mostly cloudy skies through the morning and into early afternoon. Temperatures will have a hard time making it out of the 60s in the afternoon, even as cloud cover starts to break up later in the day.
- Thursday Night: Wind speeds will begin to drop as skies continue to clear. Look for temperatures to tumble into the 40s during the overnight hours.
- Friday: The day will begin cold, with morning temperatures in the 40s. Throw in a lingering, light breeze and you’ll definitely want to dress for ‘sweater weather!’ By the afternoon, it will be cool - but, pleasant. Skies will be mostly sunny and afternoon highs will be in the 60s.
- The Weekend: Things will stay on the cool & dry side Saturday, before humidity makes a quick comeback Sunday. However, before it can get too warm or humid, another cold front will sweep through Sunday to drop highs back into the 60s by Monday.
7 Day Forecast
Thanksgiving Day is just outside the scope of the latest Planning Forecast. However, early indications are that we could be looking at a rain chance around Turkey Day. As always, your KSAT Weather Authority will keep you posted!
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