Thursday morning’s cold front brought needed rainfall to a good chunk of South Central Texas (and we didn’t hit 90° for the first time since early June!). A secondary push of cooler air into the weekend will send fall temperatures into the area by Saturday and Sunday.
- Partly-to-mostly cloudy skies are in store Friday with a high still in the mid-80s
- A secondary push of cooler, drier air into the weekend will bring the biggest changes
- That secondary push combined with cloud cover should keep high temperatures in the 70s this weekend, followed by a few mornings in the upper 50s
Friday brings partly-to-mostly cloudy skies and temperatures returning to the mid-80s.
By the late afternoon hours, a secondary push of drier air will drop humidity into the evening with wind gusts upwards of 20 mph at times and temperatures falling into the 70s after sunset.
WEEKEND (10/7 - 10/8)
This secondary push of cool air is currently expected to keep afternoon highs in the 70s Saturday and Sunday! On top of that, the lower humidity could help morning lows briefly fall into the upper 50s as early as Sunday morning.
This will be the most significant change to the weather that we’ve seen since Spring. Enjoy!