When is the next cold front for San Antonio?

When is the next cold front for San Antonio?

After a few cloudy, cold, and dreary days, the sun finally returned Tuesday, and San Antonio was enjoying beautiful weather once again. If you can’t get out on Tuesday, the great weather is expected to continue over the next couple of days. Make sure to take advantage of it as we are already tracking when the next cold front will arrive in South Texas.

It will be hard to complain about the weather on Wednesday. If you like cold weather, make sure to head outside in the morning. If warmer weather is your style, afternoon sunshine will be for you.

Temperatures will start in the low 50s, around 52 degrees in San Antonio, between 5 a.m. and 7 a.m. The Hill Country will be even colder, with temperatures there starting in the 40s in areas like Fredericksburg, Kerrville and Boerne. Thanks to mostly sunny skies, temperatures will rise slightly throughout the day. Temperatures will reach the high 60s by 9 a.m. and the low 70s by noon.

High temperatures will peak in the mid-70s, or around 74 degrees, in San Antonio. The wind will be light, 5 to 10 knots per hour, and the sun will shine in the daytime sky. Overall, it’s shaping up to be a picture-perfect day. The average high temperature on November 15 is 72 degrees, so we will be only 2 degrees above average.

Thursday and Friday

The weather is expected to be warmer and temperatures will rise a few more degrees, reaching 76 degrees on Thursday and reaching 78 degrees by Friday. We can expect more clouds by Friday, but the generally nice weather will continue. We don’t have any chance of rain until the end of the week.

Multiple cold fronts

Two separate cold fronts are expected to move through South Texas over the weekend and early next week. Neither will be exceptionally strong, but the weather will get cooler heading into next week.

The first front is expected to move by Friday evening. It will bring gusty northerly winds, but will have only a minor impact on temperatures over the weekend. Between noon Friday and Saturday, high temperatures will only be about five degrees lower on Saturday.

The next cold front will be a little stronger and is expected to move through San Antonio on Monday. However, it will not be an arctic front. Afternoon high temperatures will drop into the upper 50s by Tuesday, then rise back into the 60s by Wednesday and Thanksgiving. Morning low temperatures are expected to reach the 50s by midweek.

As for the chances of rain, they will be minimal in the coming forecasts. The first cold front will move in by Friday quite dry. By Sunday and Monday, we will have a slight chance of rain and weak storms before the next cold front passes. But it seems that rain, if any, will remain light.

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