SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) – Light freezing rain is falling over parts of the Hill Country this morning and more is expected tonight into Thursday morning.
The National Weather Service also predicts minor flooding along and east of Highway 281 today, dumping between 2 and three inches of rainfall.
We could see elevated flows along creeks and streams with possible flooding of low water crossings.
As far as ice accumulations are concerned, the National Weather Service says we can expect a light glaze of 1/10 of an inch or less, mainly on elevated and exposed metal surfaces in parts of the Hill country. Some slick spots are possible on elevated bridges and overpasses.
The chances for moderate to heavy rainfall and some minor flooding continues to increase across South Central Texas today through Thursday. The moderate to heavy rainfall should come to an end late this evening, with additional light precipitation possible overnight into Thursday morning. Rain should end from west to east by noon Thursday bringing an end to the threat of minor flooding and frozen precipitation.
Cold morning lows and breezy conditions will lead to wind chill values in the twenties and lower thirties each morning from today through Friday morning.