San Antonio First Warning Weather Forecasts

Sunny Days Return

Dry air help create a few peeks in the clouds for sunshine today.  The little bit of sunshine helped to warm things up slightly.  The week ahead will be much quieter than last week.  High pressure will dominate the weather pattern keeping things mostly dry.

Tuesday morning will start out cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper 40s.  Light northerly winds will put a slight chill in the air.  Deeper moisture to the south will be enough to help create some early morning drizzle across the coastal plains.  Dry air will continue to work on the cloud cover as we approach mid-day.  Noon temperatures will climb into the mid 50s.  Light Northeast winds will continue for the afternoon putting just a slight chill into the air.  We could see a few peeks of sunshine as afternoon temperatures warm into the lower 60s.  Tuesday evening will see the approach of a weak cold front.

Long term – Wednesday will bring more dry air into the region behind a weak cold front.  Don’t expect much in the way of rain, there just won’t be enough moisture to work with.  The dry air will help evaporate out the clouds.  This will bring more sunshine and warmer temperatures for the afternoon.  It will have the opposite effect for the evening. Conditions will favor a rapid cool down Wednesday night with little in the way of cloud cover, light winds and a dry atmosphere.  So, look for cold mornings and cool afternoons as we head into the first weekend of December.

Join Chief Meteorologist Alex Garcia tonight on Fox News at Nine.  He'll show you how long the dry weather will stick around before the clouds and rain return.

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