YOUR PHOTOS: Stellar sunsets kick off the month of December 🌅

Certain cloud types, humidity levels, time of year can impact a sunset’s aesthetic

Saturday's Sunset from Woodlawn Lake sent into KSAT Connect. Credit: Taylor Mcclelland

High clouds streaming over South Central Texas made for a pair of stunning sunsets these first few days of December!

Along with those high clouds, the fact that we are approaching the winter season means that the sun sets at more of an angle, so sunrises and sunset times are a touch longer. Lower humidity has also been found over the past few evenings, helping clear up the air and allowing us to see more vibrant colors!

For more on why sunsets and sunrises are so colorful, you can visit a previous ‘Whatever the Weather’ blog here.

Now for the moment you’ve been waiting for! Check out some of the many sunset photos sent into KSAT Connect from across the area:

SkyWatcher (Oscar)

Tonight's magically fantastic sunset.

San Antonio
Edith Bergquist

Sunset Dec 2, 2023 near Natural Bridge Caverns Edith

San Antonio
Liz Ramon

Another beautiful blazin sky while out deer hunting in Frio County Liz Ramon Charlotte,Texas


No filters needed! Beautiful Sunset!

San Antonio
Sandra Mosmeyer

Sunset in Floresville Texas


Another gorgeous sunset dec 2nd

Lisa House

Beautiful sunset just outside Floresville.


Beautiful sunset in Floresville

San Antonio

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About the Author:

Meteorologist Mia Montgomery joined the KSAT Weather Authority Team in September 2022. As a Floresville native, Mia grew up in the San Antonio area and always knew that she wanted to return home. She previously worked as a meteorologist at KBTX in Bryan-College Station and is a fourth-generation Aggie.