After a pleasant morning in the 60s, it warmed to near 90 Wednesday afternoon. San Antonio topped out at 89.
With clear skies and relatively low humidity, it'll cool nicely overnight with Thursday morning lows in the bottom half of the 60s.
An area of low pressure in the Midwest is sending a reinforcing cold front our way. It arrives midday Thursday, limiting high temps to low to mid 80s. As it passes, north winds will increase to 10-15 mph in the afternoon.
The frontal passage sets us up with a, dare I say, CHILLY Friday morning with lows around 60 in town. Many rural areas will be cooler.
Gorgeous weather settles in for Friday and the weekend. Great news if you plan on doing anything outdoors!
Next week we start warming again and humidity rises a bit. Details on the 7 Day Forecast.
That mass of clouds on the right side of the image above is Tropical Storm Matthew. It looks all but certain that this storm reaches hurricane strength some time in the next few days. It's going west for now, then will likely turn north. Long range models suggest it could steer east of Florida, then may graze the East Coast during the middle of next week. We'll be watching, and will continue to update you here.
-Meteorologist Adam Krueger