Old Man Winter Set to Blast S.A.

Here comes that first blast of winter for the Alamo City.

“High temperatures today in the mid-40’s–but, the wind is going to make it feel much colder. Only in the 30’s is what it’s going to feel like” National Weather Service Meteorologist Jason Runyen told KTSA News.

That will set the stage for a cold night as those winds calm down.

“There could be a light freeze in northern parts of San Antonio–especially outside of Loop 410–so, we’re expecting a low of around 30 to 32-degrees in San Antonio, and continued breezy through the evening hours” Runyen said.

Things should warm up for us a little bit tomorrow–but Runyen warned this all might be a preview of things to come in the days ahead.

“Back to where we should be for this time of year (for the weekend)–and then, possibly another stronger cold front later next week” Runyen said.



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