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A cold front is expected to hit early next week after a weekend of warm weather potentially reaching 90 degrees.

The temperature in San Antonio has been above average due to a weak front that moved through, with temperatures reaching 78 degrees.

The front is now stationary along the coast, and another front is expected to bring in cooler weather on Sunday.

Winds will play a significant role in the weather over the next few days, with a breezy south and southwest wind on Saturday and a north to northeast wind on Sunday.

The drop in dew points on Sunday will bring dry air for the beginning of Spring Break.

The seven-day forecast includes a chance of rain at the end of Spring Break, with windy days until Wednesday.

The weekend Farmers Market is free on Saturday and Sunday mornings.

The forecast suggests that Friday’s commute will be crucial for those heading out on Spring Break.

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