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KENS 5 Weather: Temperatures drop to 60s after next cold front

Saturday night, expect more fog late in the overnight into Sunday morning. Then we'll have a slight chance for a shower on Sunday.

SAN ANTONIO — A cold front will move through Monday, bringing along a slightly better chance of showers and an isolated thunderstorm.  Until then, warmer temperatures and chances for fog will continue.

Here's what you can expect the rest of the week: 

Saturday: Expect a mix of sun and clouds throughout the evening. Overnight lows tonight will slip into the middle to lower-60s. A few isolated thunderstorms will be possible in the Hill Country. A stalled frontal boundary will keep coverage of rain low until sunset. 

Sunday: Temperatures will rebound with highs on Sunday back in the upper-70s. These temperatures are way above the average for this time of year. 

Monday: A cold front will bring chances for rain but coverage will be low. Highs will start dropping into the upper-60s. 

Tuesday: An upper-level low will then swing across South Texas with more chances for showers. 

The rest of the work week will be partly to mostly sunny and dry with highs in the upper-60s Wednesday and Thursday, then in the lower-70s Friday.

Watch Meteorologist Jeremy Baker give a weekend weather update:

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