SAN ANTONIO - You sure couldn’t tell by how hot it was Monday afternoon, but some very fall-like weather was moving toward South Texas.
A cold front swept through the Texas Panhandle Monday morning, and was passing through Odessa, San Angelo and Dallas Monday afternoon.
That same cold front will get to San Antonio while we’re sleeping Monday night.
Right away, winds will become northerly and will begin to pick up speed. A push of cooler and less-humid air will follow.
Temperatures will drop from the upper 70s around midnight to the low 60s by 8 a.m. Tuesday. Humidity will take a big hit, too.
Throw in some breezy, north winds and there will be a slight chill in the air to begin the day Tuesday. Have a light jacket ready to go!
By the afternoon, temperatures will make it to the low 70s. However, with lingering cloud cover and breezy winds, it will feel very cool all day long.
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