Plus, Bridgerton comes to San Antonio.
May 21, 2024 6AM-Top banner logo-small.png


Today’s Forecast

96º | 20% chance of precipitation | Sunrise 6:38 a.m. | Sunset 8:23 p.m.| Full Weather Report | Traffic Report

Who turned up the heat?
an aerial view of downtown San Antonio
Did you know that the Alamo City experienced 60 consecutive triple digit days in 2023 — breaking our hottest summer record. | Photo by the City of San Antonio
Suns out, we’re staying in.

Spring has since sprung, and is one foot out the door. After a couple of 90° days, we are starting to feel that summer heat and getting our daily dose of sunshine.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) recently released its newest seasonal climate outlook — here’s what the next three months may look like in the Alamo City.

NOAA summer SATX 2024

The NOAA predicts likely above average temperatures for the next three months.


Graphic by the NOAA

Probability for a warmer, drier summer

The NOAA forecasts SATX will likely have hotter-than-average temperatures this June, July, and August. During that time frame, researchers also predict equal chances of precipitation.

Drought is still plaguing Central Texas. As of the most recent data, portions of Bexar County is still under Stage 2 water restrictions. NOAA predicts the drought will remain through the end of August.

As a refresher, here’s what the summer months typically look like in San Antonio:
Summer Rain Outlook 2024

The Alamo City has equal chances of rain for the summer months.


Graphic by the NOAA

An early look at fall

Although it is subject to change, the NOAA also released predictions for the fall months. Researchers forecast above average temperatures through October, with equal chances of precipitation.

The hottest summer in San Antonio history

Last summer was the hottest on record in San Antonio with:
  • An average temperature of 96º at the San Antonio International Airport.
  • August was San Antonio’s hottest month in history.
We’re crossing our fingers and hoping this doesn’t happen again.
Tuesday, May 21
  • Pulp Coffee Roasters’ Giveaway | Tuesday, May 21 | 9 a.m.-3 p.m. | Pulp Coffee Roasters, 503 Chestnut St., San Antonio | Free | Show up early and be one of the first 10 customers to receive a special gift with your coffee purchase.
  • Heritage & Horizons: Women in Preservation | Tuesday, May 21 | 5:30 p.m. | Plaza de Armas, 115 Plaza de Armas, San Antonio | Free | Take a seat + listen to a panel discussion about the legacy and future of women in historic preservation.
  • Tejas Tastebuds | Tuesday, May 21 | 6 p.m. | Casa Navarro State Historic Site, 228 S. Laredo St., San Antonio | Free | Step back into the 1870s and learn about the history of aguas frescas.
Wednesday, May 22
  • Great SA: A Culinary Confluence of Cultures | Wednesday, May 22 | 6 p.m. | Malú and Carlos Alvarez Theater, 321 W. Commerce St., San Antonio | Free | Join Texas Public Radio for a discussion about the Asian-American + Pacific Islander Influence on South Texas cuisine, plus dig into a pop-up food stand by Ming’s Things.
  • Disney’s “Frozen” | Wednesday, May 22-Sunday, May 26 | Various times | Majestic Theatre, 224 E. Houston St., San Antonio | $40-$150 | We want to build a snowman while seeing this Tony-nominated Broadway musical based on the iconic Disney franchise.
  • Deftones Tribute | Wednesday, May 22 | 9 p.m. | Brass Monkey, 2702 N. Saint Mary’s St., San Antonio | Cost of purchase | Rock out with a tribute band and the first 150 people will receive a free shirt.
Click here to have your event featured.
Aspire to retire? This startup wants to help you plan.
grey haired man sitting on a bench in a park in the springtime, wearing a blue t-shirt and a green jacket, smiling at the camera
A financial advisor could help you save and invest for retirement. | Photo provided by SmartAsset
This Princeton grad’s startup raised $161M to help people plan for retirement.

If you’re one of the whopping 110 million Americans over age 50 — or a wise millennial planning ahead — SmartAsset’s free quiz makes it easy to find vetted financial advisors who serve your area. Research suggests that people who work with a financial advisor could end up with 15% more money to spend in retirement.¹

Ready to kickstart your retirement plans?
¹ “Journal of Retirement Study Winter” (2020). The projections or other information regarding the likelihood of various investment outcomes are hypothetical in nature, do not reflect actual investment results, and are not guarantees of your future results. Please follow the link to see the methodologies employed in the Journal of Retirement study.
News Notes
  • Dearest reader, the music group behind Netflix’s hit “Bridgerton” is coming to the Tobin Center on Nov. 9. Listen to the Vitamin String Quartet perform songs from Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, BTS, and “Bridgerton” — all with a string ensemble twist. Tickets start at $29.50.
Coming Soon
  • A new boutique female-founded fitness studio is coming to San Antonio. Urban Lagree is hosting an open house on Saturday, June 15 at 3910 McCullough Ave, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Stop by for health + wellness vendors, giveaways, and a DJ. Check out its special SATX founding membership + pack deals.
  • Toyota is planning a $531.7 million expansion of its San Antonio factory. The addition funding will go towards adding 500,000 sqft and 41 jobs with a base hourly wage of $20.54. Commissioners and county officials are negotiating the terms of an incentive package today at 9 a.m. (SA Report)
  • SA Creatives is hosting an AAPI Heritage Month photography meetup at Denman Estate Park on Saturday, May 25, from 6 to 8 p.m. Meet other local creatives for a photo walk and find inspiration for your next art project.
  • A new coffee shop is coming to downtown San Antonio at 505 E. Travis St. Vela Coffee plans to brew up local roasts and serve fresh pastries. Stay tuned for grand opening details and hours of operation later this summer.
  • Elotitos Corn Bar closed its Government Hill Location. The owner, Jesus Arreaga, is focusing operations on its original store located at 1933 Fredericksburg Rd. Arreaga thanked his customers, neighbors, and friends for their support and is optimistic about corn bar’s future.
  • With the SATX Vintage Crawl behind us, a new market is popping up at the Brick at Blue Star on Saturday, May 25, from 7 to 11 p.m. The Fairy Night Market is plus size inclusive and has a cover charge of $1 at the door.
  • $850. That’s how much Spurs rookie Wemby spent on a Millennium Falcon LEGO set with his first NBA paycheck. Do you remember what you purchased with your first big paycheck? Let us know.
  • Take a look into the draft prospect spotlight of Tidjane Salaun. Get the latest news, analysis, and insider information for the San Antonio Spurs with Locked On’s daily, team-focused podcasts.
Now boarding
Condor Airlines SATX
We’re ready for takeoff at SAT with Condor Airline’s nonstop flight to Frankfurt. | Photo by the City of San Antonio
Our airport is growing up y’all. On Friday, May 17, the San Antonio International Airport (SAT) celebrated its inaugural nonstop flight to Frankfurt, Germany. It feels like it was only yesterday with the monumental announcement in September.

The new partnership allows San Antonians to travel abroad without traveling through major hubs like ATX’s Austin-Bergstrom International Airport.

The nonstop flights are seasonal + will run during this summer and the next. The estimated economic boost these itineraries will have on the local economy is projected to be $34 million.

Fast Frankfurt facts

  • Condor’s Airbus A330-900neo can hold 310 passengers
  • Roundtrip economy seats start at ≈ $700
  • Flight time is about 10.5 hours
  • 216 economy seats, 64 premium economy seats, and 30 business class options
  • Travel days during the week are Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays through Sept. 6.
For more information and how to book your ticket to Frankfurt, visit Condor Airline’s website.
What nonstop international destination do you want to see at SAT?
The Buy
Pet accessories. Have the prettiest pooch at the park with these themed prints for summer thanks to Covey Collection.
The Wrap
Nicholas Caballero.png Today’s edition by:
From the editor
City Editor Adriana and I got to try The Newstand coffee shop and it did not disappoint. Nestled in the Jefferson Bank Building, this spot serves delicious drinks and bites to eat. Get a feel for the space.
Missed our previous newsletter?     
Send Us A Scoop, Question, or Feedback     

Content marked with an * is paid advertising. Content marked with an ^ is created by our content studio. The company may also generate commission from affiliate links in the newsletter.

Change your preferences or unsubscribe here.

Copyright © 2023 6AM City Inc, All rights reserved.

P.O. Box 2505, Greenville, SC 29602