Rain chances increase, temperatures drop throughout week for San Antonio

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National Weather Service's 5 day planner for Nov. 2-5.

National Weather Service's 5 day planner for Nov. 2-5.

As the week progresses, so will the chances for rain, with the highest possibility landing on Thursday, according to the National Weather Service. 

Meteorologist Brett Williams said the remainder of Tuesday is expected to stay dry with rain remaining to the east. 

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Rain chances will increase starting Wednesday with "patchy drizzle" expected before 1 p.m. and rain continuing throughout the afternoon hours. Then, on Thursday, chances will increase to 60 percent, according to Williams. 

Williams said areas affected by Thursday's rain will be "hit or miss," but NWS is "not anticipating anything widespread." 

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Chances for precipitation are forecast to drop to 20 percent on Friday, "diminish" Saturday, then heighten to 30 percent on Sunday.

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Cooler temperatures are expected to roll in with the rain.  Williams said the highs for Thursday, Friday and Saturday will be 81, 80 and 77, respectively. 

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