Temperatures to remain low in San Antonio through the weekend
SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — The Winter Weather Advisory may have ended at 10 a.m. Friday, but temperatures are still low and will drop below freezing again over night and remain frigid through the weekend.
The City of San Antonio said travel impacts are still expected and to remain cautious.
TxDOT has reopened all roads except for the flyover ramps at Hwy 281 and Loop 1604.
CPS Energy said that as of 8:30 a.m. about 200 customers remain without power. The utility said that customers in Elm Creek and Luckey Ranch are experiencing extended outages and service is expected to be restored by noon.
Elm Creek had multiple trees fall on powerlines that could not be remedied with the use of bucket trucks. CPS Energy said linemen had to climb into standing trees in order to trim the fallen ones. In Luckey Ranch, there was an equipment failure.
SAWS reported there were no failures or issues that affected service.
The City of San Antonio will be closing the four warming centers around the city at noon and Bexar County’s six warming centers will remain open through noon Saturday:
- ESD 2 – 2096 Talley Rd, San Antonio, TX 78251
- ESD 3 – 23103 Bulverde Rd, San Antonio, TX 78260
- ESD 8 – 20825 Babcock Rd, San Antonio, TX 78255
- China Grove Fire Station – 2456 FM 1516 S, China Grove, TX 78263
- Leon Valley Conference Center – 6427 Evers Rd, San Antonio, TX 78238
- Bexar County Fire Marshal’s Office – 9810 Southton Road, San Antonio, TX 78223
The City’s Homeless Connection Hotline will be open through 6 p.m. today to provide resources and assistance through the cold snap. The Homeless Connections Hotline number is 210-207-1799.