San Antonio First Warning Weather Forecasts

Warmer Days Ahead

Temperatures have dropped to near 40 degrees this morning. South and southeast winds will increase as the next upper system approaches from the west.  This will bring gulf moisture back into the region and help bring clouds and warmer temperatures back to the region.  We will hit the mid 60s by noon and into the low 70s by late afternoon under mostly cloudy skies.  
Thursday will start our cloudy and much warmer with early morning temperatures in the mid 50s.  An upper level disturbance will pass through the Texas panhandle.  This will help continue the flow of tropical moisture from the Gulf of Mexico into the region.  The result will be cloudy skies and warming temperatures will reach the mid to upper  70s. Forecast models bring another upper system and cold front into the area as we head into the end of the week. Rain chances will increase Saturday with the best chance for rain coming Saturday evening into early Easter Sunday.  Easter Sunday plans will likely have to include umbrellas early in the day. Temperatures will start out in the mid to upper 60s and peak in the low to mid 80s. 

Join Shaun Stevens this morning on Fox News First.  He'll let you know how long the warmer temperatures will last.





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