Cold front finally passing through the state today and a significantly different weather pattern starts this week.
rain was much needed for the past few days. Springfield officially saw
2.86" of rain over the past five days, and now our yearly departure from
average has been reduced to under 1.5". The last of the rain has
finally pushed through the state along with the cold front. Thus skies
will gradually clear overnight tonight, as winds stay breezy for the
next 24 hours. Noticeably cooler temperatures accompany this cold front.
That'll be the case for Tuesday, Wednesday, and for a portion of
Heading towards the weekend a warm front lift by the
area, warming temperatures back to near, or in the 80s. That'll provide
energy for thunderstorms chances beginning in the after for our western
counties Thursday, then daily chances Friday through Sunday, with Sunday
evening holding the best chance for storms again.
THE 7-DAY TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK:
Look for highs in the upper 60s Tuesday; lower 70s Wednesday and
Thursday; upper 70s Friday; and, lower to mid 80s Saturday through
Overnight lows will fall to the upper 40s Monday night; mid 40s Tuesday
night; low 50s
Wednesday; near 60 Thursday night; and, mid 60s Friday through Sunday
High School to the Max
Its high school football season, and this year FOX San Antonio is maximizing our high school football coverage with the addition of High School to the Max, Fridays at 10pm! Get weekly coverage of all the local football games and all things high school football!
KMYS-TV is licensed and owned by Deerfield Media (San Antonio) Licensee, LLC.
KMYS San Antonio CW provides weather forecasts and entertainment programming, particularly the exciting CW lineup for San Antonio and nearby towns and communities in South Central Texas, including Bandera, Boerne, Carrizo Springs, Castroville, Cibolo, Converse, Crystal City, Cuero, Del Rio, Devine, Eagle Pass, Floresville, Fredericksburg, Goliad, Helotes, Hondo, Kerrville, Live Oak, New Braunfels, Pearsall, Pleasanton, Poteet, Poth, Sabinal, San Marcos, Seguin, Schertz, Somerset, Universal City, Uvalde, Windcrest.