SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — A wintry mix could be visiting the San Antonio area Thursday.
The National Weather Service said a strong arctic cold front will be pushing through the region Wednesday evening, bringing much colder temperatures.
Precipitation will move through the region Thursday, bringing with it a chance of a wintry mix to greater San Antonio.
The mix will start in the Hill Country during the day Thursday and move south into Thursday night.
The weather service said the timeline and where frozen precipitation is not clear at the moment.
The forecast high temperatures Thursday will only be in the 40s along the Interstate 35 corridor and to the south — and highs in the Hill Country barely above freezing. The high temperatures in places like Kerrville, Fredericksburg, and Llano only reaching 34 or 35 degrees Thursday.