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A sticky and windy Black Friday takes place in South Central Texas

Be sure to bring rain gear with you before leaving the front door

San Antonio taps a soggy, cool and windy day

After an on-set of Thanksgiving with fog and drizzle with showers and a few thunderstorms, the chances of rain will widen on Black Friday, and you can expect rain on and off for much of the day. .

Here’s what you need to know before you start trading for the weekend.


  • It rains…meaningful rain…useful rain is expected across south central Texas

  • Widespread rainfall will vary in intensity throughout the day, with heaviest rainfall expected during the afternoon and evening hours

  • Could be up to 1-2 inches in some places by Friday night

  • Windy: 10-20 mph northeast, gusts up to 25 mph

  • Cooler in the afternoon with temperatures dropping to the mid-50s

Before the day is over, you should watch for puddles on the side of the road, in addition to a few minor flooding issues in poorly drained/low-lying areas and common trouble spots.

The chance of rain on Friday increases throughout the day


  • May continue with patchy showers in the morning (mainly east of SA) before fully clearing up

  • Healthy westerlies, occasional gusts of 25-30 mph

  • Clear skies throughout the day, leading to more sunshine

  • 60’s high


  • Chilly morning lows in the 40s and afternoon highs in the 70s suggest comfortable days

  • clear sky

  • Breeze – It’s the perfect day to set up your outdoor Christmas decorations!

Rain days are working on Friday before the sun returns this weekend

https://www.ksat.com/news/local/2022/11/24/damp-start-to-thanksgiving-day-in-san-antonio-with-more-rain-on-friday/ A sticky and windy Black Friday takes place in South Central Texas

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