SAN ANTONIO – After a late season cold front that brought snow as far south as the Texas panhandle, South Central Texas is set for a warming trend into the weekend.
Cool high pressure will begin shifting eastward and away from the area by Wednesday afternoon, swinging winds back to the east and southeast. This will increase surface moisture with warmer mornings and afternoons as a result.
At this point of mid-April, daily average highs reach 80 degrees. We’ll see a return to normal by the weekend with highs Sunday and Monday near that mark.
It’s also one of the rainy periods of Spring, but for now rain chances are fairly low for the weekend. Extended forecasts show more rain than normal next week.
While we mark our fourth week of sheltering in place, it’s important to enjoy a daily break outdoors.
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