HEADS UP: Temps will see-saw in San Antonio this week

Although the weather will be pleasant at times this week in South Central Texas, a double-dose of cold fronts will bring weather whiplash.

Temperatures will fall from the 80s into the 40s. And just as it becomes more comfortable mid-week, a late season freeze is likely by the week’s end.

Here’s what you need to know:


Warm & muggy with a high in the low-80sBreezy with winds from the south at 10-15 mph, gusting up to 25 mph


A cold front will arrive predawnA few morning showers are possible, but not much rain is expected — maybe up to a tenth of an inch in spotsTemperatures will fall into the 50sWINDY, with gusts from the north up to 35-40 mph


Cloudy and chillyTemps in the 40s with a few sprinklesShowers most likely east of I-35


Pleasant, with plenty of sunshine60s Wednesday, 70s Thursday


Another front will move through, dropping temperatures back into the 50sA small chance for rain (20%)


A late-season light freeze is likely Saturday morning, with temps rebounding to near 60° in the afternoon



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