Cold Weather Brings Thunderstorms to San Antonio Overnight
San Antonio residents should prepare for cold weather and thunderstorms overnight, as temperatures are expected to drop to the 40s by Friday morning.
Meteorologists have been tracking a cold front that is moving into the area and could cause severe thunderstorms throughout the night.
Currently, the temperature is 73 degrees with partly cloudy skies and calm winds, but the front has already passed through the Northern counties.
As it moves southward, thunderstorms are expected to develop and strengthen, with the largest cluster located to the north and east of Austin.
The severe storms could bring damaging winds and large hail, but there is also a slight risk of isolated tornadoes.
The storms are expected to start in the western counties around 3 a.m.
and move into San Antonio and central counties by 3:30 to 4:30 a.m.
Residents are advised to stay indoors and be prepared for disruptions to their sleep.
The severe weather should clear out by morning, leaving behind scattered showers and strong winds with temperatures only reaching the 50s.
The chilly weather is expected to continue into the weekend, with a chance of rain each day and temperatures staying in the 50s.
However, temperatures are expected to rise back up into the 70s by next week.
San Antonio’s weather can be unpredictable, and residents are advised to buckle up and be prepared for anything.