San Antonio Weather Summary: 71 degrees
A massive line of severe thunderstorms blasted San Antonio and most of south Texas on Sunday night into Monday morning, at one point prompting tornado warnings for some counties.
According to KENS 5 meteorologist Jared Silverman, there will be an elevated fire weather threat across the KENS 5 viewing area on Sunday and we're under a red flag warning until 6 p.m. Sunday.
Temperatures will be in the 60's in the morning, but will quickly warm to the low 70's throughout the day.
Overnight, San Antonio saw the coldest temperatures that the city has seen in six years as the low got down to 20 degrees…
While no record lows are being set, it doesn't mean that it won't feel really cold on Friday night.
It's getting cold in a hurry on Thursday night in San Antonio. Daylight temperatures were in the 70s, but a cold front, wind chill, and darkness drove things down to the 30s.
In the early morning hours of Monday, the temperature in San Antonio is expected to drop to as low as 26 degrees, the lowest recorded number of the year.
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley has declared a state of emergency in South Carolina and has ordered an evacuation of many coastal communities in advance of declared a state of emergency in South Carolina and is calling for some evacuations in the Lowcountry in advance of Hurricane Matthew.