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3 College Freshman

Weather: Texas weather is bi polar.

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Weather: Let's get one thing straight. We don't get legitimate four seasons here. Due to our location, the climate is only adaptable to crazy hot and nearly below freezing cold. Any sign of "snow" is rejected with hail crashing down in its place. During the regular school year, I find it a bit insufferable to go through classes when it's above the high 80's, and get irritable. My mood lightens up once I get in the building. The worst type of weather is the hot, sticky almost visible humid air that hits us during the daily fluctuating temperature in the "Winter" months of San Antonio. Students deal with the nuisance of changing their clothes quite often. It could be hot in the morning and cold at night. Or vice versa. It's hardly ever one consistent temperature throughout the day... except for HOT! You can count on that.

3 College Freshman

Weather: when it rains you have to walk through the rain, but on nice days its an amazing walk to and from class, and on a hot day theres plenty of trees to provide shade that give a cool feeling through out the campus.

3 College Sophomore

Weather: very bipolar weather , but that is nothing that can be controlled it is just Texas.

5 College Freshman

Weather: Love the San Antonio heat!


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San Antonio is hot and humid. If you are planning to attend UIW, you must bring all your summer clothes and a lot of sunscreen. Of course, it is also a must to bring some winter fashions, as it does get chilly from late-November through mid-February. Bring a versatile wardrobe so that you are prepared for any kind of weather.

Since San Antonio is just a few hours away from great beaches, such as South Padre Island and Corpus Christi, you'll probably get more use out of those summer clothes than the winter ones. During the months of summer heat, the buildings at UIW are equipped with air conditioning, so what ever the weather may be, you can be assured that you will feel comfortable at UIW.

Facts & Statistics

Temperature Averages
Spring - High: 80 °F
Spring - Low: 58 °F
Summer - High: 94 °F
Summer - Low: 73 °F
Fall - High: 81 °F
Fall - Low: 59 °F
Winter - High: 64 °F
Winter - Low: 41 °F
Precipitation Averages
Spring: 3.07 in./month
Summer: 2.97 in./month
Fall: 3.15 in./month
Winter: 1.79 in./month
What to Pack
  • Coat
  • Flip flops and sandals
  • Light jackets
  • Summer clothes
Did You Know?
San Antonio experienced snow on February 4, 2011, something the city had not witnessed in a few years. It was nice to see all of UIW playing in the snow at 3 a.m.


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