SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — San Antonio will be bracing for another cold front this week.
According to the National Weather Service, a cold front is expected to sweep into the area Wednesday and bring some lingering precipitation chances with it.
Meteorologist Eric Platt said the cold front is expected to arrive mid-morning Wednesday and temperatures will drop into the afternoon and evening to the mid-to-low 40’s.
“It’s going to be one of those days where your high temperature is reached earlier in the morning and then it steadily gets cooler as the day wears on,” Platt said.
Precipitation chances between 30% and 40% are forecasted through Friday with lows down to the mid-to-upper 30’s and likely avoiding below freezing conditions. Precipitation chances drop down to 20% through the weekend.
Platt said that those in Boerne and into the Hill Country may see below freezing conditions and a chance for wintry mix Friday morning while the city has a lower chance to see some sleet, but that outlook may change as the week progresses.
Cooler temperatures are forecasted through the weekend with daytime highs at around 50 degrees on Saturday and up to mid-60’s on Sunday.