SAN ANTONIO — Early morning showers blanketed the San Antonio area Wednesday morning, but that is just a precursor to a strong cold front that will hit the area this week.
Skies are expected to remain cloudy, while southeast winds will bring warm gulf moisture into the region, with temperatures hitting near 80 degrees. Mid-evening temps will be in the low 70s.
A strong cold front will move into the area on Thursday afternoon, with scattered showers on the leading edge of that front. The high on Thursday will be 75 with a low of 44.
Polar air will funnel into the region behind the front, sending temperatures tumbling into Friday, where the temperatures will be in the upper 50s.
The weekend is looking dry with temperatures in the mid-60s on Saturday and in the lower 70s by Sunday. A stronger front will arrive late Sunday night into Monday morning. At this point it appears there will not be enough moisture to make any rain with this front. Temperatures will be limited to the 50s on Monday and 40s on Tuesday.
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