San Antonio First Warning Weather Forecasts

Hot and Dry Weather Pattern

The holiday weekend is just around the corner.  High pressure to the west and to the east and gulf moisture will be the main factors in our weather pattern.  Friday morning will be mostly cloudy with temperatures in the mid 70.  High pressure will put the squeeze on the atmosphere trapping a good deal of gulf moisture in the lower atmosphere.  You’ll notice this by the lunch hour.  Temperatures will be the mid 80s but feel much warmer.  The afternoon will be partly cloudy with the potential for some isolated coastal showers.  Peak afternoon highs will hit the low 90s.  Friday evening will be warm and steamy with temperatures dropping to near 80 by mid-evening.  South and southeast winds will keep the gulf moisture moving in.

Weekend – Saturday will likely be a repeat of Friday with only a slightly better chance to see an afternoon or early evening shower fire up.  High pressure will be working hard to keep things quiet for the 4th of July Fireworks celebration at Woodlawn Lake.  Sunday will be another generally quiet weather day with high pressure still dominating the weather pattern.  A few scattered showers could fire up.  Next week the weather pattern turns more summer like with temperatures heading up the scale and rain chances taking a long term break.

Join Shaun Stevens this morning on Fox News First.  He'll show you what to expect for the Holiday weekend.






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