SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — A Winter Storm Warning has been extended to cover several more Texas counties until 6 A.M. Thursday.
A significant ice storm is still in the forecast for much of the region until late Wednesday night.
The National Weather Service says periods of light to moderate freezing rain will be possible across the Hill Country, I-35 Corridor, and coastal plains today as surface temperatures hover at and just below
32 degrees. This activity could bring icing impacts to both the morning and evening commutes.
Significant ice amounts are expected from Hill Country into the I-35 corridor. Ice accumulations
ranging from a quarter to one half of an inch now also appear possible over northern portions of
the San Antonio metro.
The Winter Storm Warning has been expanded into Fayette, Gonzales, Wilson, Bexar, Medina, and Val Verde Counties.
Atascosa, Karnes, DeWitt, and Lavaca Counties have been added to a Winter Weather Advisory.
The National Weather Service says they will issue an update on the current weather situation by 3 P.M. Tuesday.
The weather has forced several area school districts to cancel classes for Tuesday. They include:
Alamo Heights ISD
Dripping Springs ISD
IDEA Public Schools
Incarnate Word High School
Johnson City ISD
Lighthouse Public Schools
Medina Valley ISD
New Braunfels ISD
North East ISD
Parent/Child Incorporated (PCI) Head Start/Early Head Start Centers
Pearsall ISD Two-hour delay Tuesday
San Marcos Academy
San Marcos CISD
Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD
School of Science and Technology
Texas State University
Trinity University: Remote operations and instruction Tuesday morning. In-person learning begins at 12:45 p.m.
University of Texas at San Antonio: Classes, labs, and programs will shift to an online format starting at midnight Tuesday to 12 p.m. on Wednesday.