San Antonio Texas
The city of San Antonio is located in the south-central portion of Texas. Average monthly temperatures range from the 50s in winter to 80s in summer. Elevation varies from near 550 to above 1000 feet above sea level.
Mild weather prevails during most of the winter. Below freezing temperatures occur on average about 20 days each year. When strong cold fronts do occur, they block any moderating effects from the Gulf of Mexico. The coldest winters overall have come from those winters of frequent cold fronts, accompanied by mostly cloudy weather. During sunny winters, the South Texas sun warms daytime temperatures to pleasant levels, while nights are cooler.
During the summer the climate becomes more tropical-like with prevailing south and southeast winds. The moderating effects of the Gulf of Mexico prevent extremely high temperatures; however, summers are usually long and hot with daily maximum temperatures above 90 over 80% of the time. Summer conditions continue into September and sometimes even into October. Fall and spring are lovely and comparatively mild even in the summer. San Antonio is divided by a river and water is everywhere.
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