SAN ANTONIO - We’re at the end of an uncharacteristically cold week in South Texas. The weekend will help us thaw out, but sunshine will be delegated to a few lucky people. Will you be one of them?
The morning starts in the mid-40s, but we’ll be looking at the threat of some fog throughout the region.
Clouds dominate through around mid-day, but during this time, we will crack the 60-degree mark —a number we haven’t seen on the thermometer since last Monday.
By afternoon, some of the clouds will begin to break, allowing for a smidgen of sunshine. As result of the solar heating, we’ll be in the upper 60s for our high temperature.
Sunday: full weather day
We’ll be cramming a lot of weather into Sunday. Starting humid with clouds and drizzle — 70s for the afternoon, a cold front after lunch and another glimpse of some sunshine just before sunset. But this is all a transition. Monday holds a big surprise and a welcome change.
Monday: bring on the sun
Monday's weather will be from the upper echelon of weather conditions — a crisp morning, all day sun and an afternoon high in the upper 60s. What's better? We do it all over again on Tuesday.
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