San Antonio often experiences pleasant, sunny weather that doesn’t get too hot. This flourishing area, tucked away in the Texas Hill Country, experiences more than 300 days of sunshine annually on average. The greatest seasons to visit this location, in the opinion of many tourists, are spring and fall, when the weather is often pleasant—warm but not hot, regularly sunny, and rain-free.
January and February
In comparison to the north, San Antonio often has milder winter season. Travel can be challenging during the unpredictable winter, when temperatures can fluctuate from the 30s to the 80s. The good news is that San Antonio gets enough sunshine despite the weather to make the chilly conditions much more bearable.
March and April
San Antonio experiences the nicest weather during this time. In March, the city’s flowers begin to bloom, and the neighboring Hill Country is renowned for its abundance of wildflowers and opportunities for birdwatching. Golfers frequently believe that this is the ideal time of year to visit San Antonio because to the sunny, dry days and relatively quiet winds. The biggest festival of the year, Fiesta, lasts eleven beautiful days in April.
May through September
Temperatures rose in the late spring and early summer; in May, the average high and low were 85 and 65 degrees, respectively. Despite the fact that these are the two rainiest months of the year, travelers may expect a lot of sunny days during this time. Although both July and August can be rather warm, those two months are often the hottest in the San Antonio weather forecast. The summer season is a very popular time to visit Sea World and Six Flags Fiesta’s waterparks.
October through December
In San Antonio, the spring-like weather pattern is mostly present in the fall. The number of unique shops and spectacular lighting along the Riverwalk in San Antonio make December the preferred month for travelers to go shopping there. On weekends throughout the holiday season, several of the city’s tourist attractions, including the Alamo, are lit up for Fiesta de las Luminarias.
Whether you plan to visit during the spring, summer, fall, or even winter, San Antonio has a lot to offer. Don’t forget to check out our Feliz Stays Vacation Homes for your accommodation needs.