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warm enough?

We are planing a trip to San Antonio in mid April and i was wondering if it will be warm enough to go swimming in the pool at the hotel.

Marlin Texas USA
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1. Re: warm enough?

I would certainly think so. April has some of Texas' best weather--not hot, but warm enough to enjoy all sorts of outdoor activities. Daily highs are in the mid-to-upper 80's, and the lows are in the mid-60's, according to www.weatherspark.com so I think you'll enjoy your swim.

San Antonio, Texas
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2. Re: warm enough?

Yes it should be warm enough to go for a swim unless Mother Nature brings us some unique out of the ordinary weather. LOL

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3. Re: warm enough?

I like to use WeatherUnderground's history for a place to get an idea of weather.

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4. Re: warm enough?

To be sure, I would look for a heated pool. If the pool isn't heated, whether you swim or not will be entirely dependent on your tolerance for very cool water, especially if the pool has a deep end. While the temperature might be very pleasant to relax beside the pool, the water can stay cool. Our pool water temperature in April usually hovers around 70 degrees or so.

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