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SATXtoday’s summer ‘in’ and ‘out’ list

You live in South Texas and don’t check the UV index?

SATXtoday: San Antonio downtown

With the San Antonio summer in, we’re leaving some “outs” in the spring.

Photo by City of San Antonio

We know you’re trendy because you read SATXtoday, so you naturally know what’s happening in the Alamo City every day. Starting a new season may feel like shedding a new skin — or in the case of San Antonians, the skin is sizzled off from the sun.

We want to pass the mic to you, what are some San Antonio ins + outs for you this summer? We’ll go first:

City Editor Nicholas’ in + out

Out: Driving within a five-mile radius of the 1604 West + I-10 interchange. I’ll just go around.

In: Checking the UV index before heading outside. Pro tip: If you see the index above a five, it’s recommended you apply sunscreen.

City Editor Adriana’s in + out

Out: Not using SaGO while traveling around downtown San Antonio.

In: Enjoy happy hour more often with friends. Check out 30+ deals around the 210.

Readers and followers ins + outs

Reader Letty D. says that, “flip flops are in and sweaters out.” We cannot agree more.

onelifetimelater commented: “In: SATXtoday.” You’re going to make us blush.

Another Instagram user added: “In: Swimming pools and jerseys. Out: Outdoor seating”

The Traveling Robinsons say their “in” is “trying different date night spots around the city.” Lucky for y’all, we have the perfect guide for the occasion.

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