Easter Weather In San Angelo: What To Expect For Sunrise Services, Egg Hunts


SAN ANGELO, TX — Some areas of the Lone Star State are likely to experience highs of 100 degrees during the Easter weekend. 

Fortunately for San Angelo, that won’t happen. 

On Easter Sunday, March 31, the afternoon highs are expected to be in the mid-80s to lower-90s. 

Meanwhile, the morning lows will be in the upper-50s to mid-60s. 

At least temperatures won’t be as high as the triple-digit readings that Rio Grande communities like Laredo and Del Rio could see on Sunday.

However, information from the National Weather Service does show isolated showers and thunderstorms late in the day. 

Easter Sunday sunrise services are likely going to be quite cloudy across Texas. Regardless of cloud cover, the sun rises on Sunday at 7:31 a.m. 

Sunday should be a good day to get outside and enjoy all the Easter festivities, though it will be breezy. 

Southerly wind gusts are expected to reach 10 to 15 miles per hour, with higher gusts. So, make sure to hold on to your Easter bonnets when you look for those plastic eggs.


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