San Antonio First Warning Weather Forecasts

WARM FIESTA DAYS

We’re starting off mostly clear with mild temps this morning. Look for partly sunny afternoon skies as temperatures rise into near 90 degrees once again.  South winds will pick up today.  This will work to pull warm, tropical moisture from the Gulf of Mexico deep into the state. We will likely see some storms fire up to the west along the dryline.  Some of these storms will push eastward and could reach the San Antonio area late tonight. There is another slight chance for an isolated thunderstorm again on Thursday afternoon as a weak cold front approaches. Friday will be another warm and humid day with temperatures remaining almost summer-like.  Saturday our winds aloft will turn to the southwest.  Temperatures will hit summer-like levels with afternoon highs near 90.  A Pacific cold front will push into the western part of the state Sunday morning and arrive in Hill Country overnight into Monday morning.  This will increase rain chances Sunday into Monday.  Temperatures will once again approach 90 ahead of the front.  Join Shaun Stevens this morning on Fox News First.  He'll let you know how long the hot, humid weather pattern will last.





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