Frigid temperatures moved in overnight in the Hill Country and dry, cold wind made it feel even worse.

Further north, ice patches solidified in Harper, 25 miles north of Kerrville. Temperatures dipped down into the 20s in parts of the Hill Country.

However, Kerrville police officials did not report any accidents or injuries associated with the below freezing weather.

Kerrville Mayor Jack Pratt says the Kerrville Holiday Parade is still set for 6 p.m. on Saturday.

That cold arctic air will remain across South Texas this weekend, with temperatures expected to remain in the upper 30s.

A weak upper level disturbance will move across the region, leading to a slight chance for precipitation across far eastern and southeastern portions of the region and shifting to our far southeastern counties tonight.

KSAT Meteorologist Kelly Slifka says due to very dry air at and just above the surface, most of the precipitation will evaporate before hitting the ground.

Temperatures are expected to dip below freezing again Saturday night and patchy ice spots could harden, mainly in San Antonio and areas east.