Cold temperatures and wet weather are expected to stick around the San Antonio area Monday into early Tuesday morning.
KSAT Weather Authority Meteorologist Mike Osterhage says temperatures Monday will only reach a high of around 41 with a low around 37. Wind gusts will also make it feel colder.
The National Weather Service says there is an 90 percent chance of showers across the San Antonio area through Monday night. Those showers will continue through Tuesday morning and finally move out of the area. Tuesday is expected to be partly sunny with a high around 50 and a low of 34.
Up north, a winter weather advisory remains in effect for the Edwards Plateau, Hill Country and Interstate 35 corridor to the north of San Antonio through noon Monday.
According to the NWS, a mix of rain, sleet, snow and freezing rain can be expected through noon.
Minimal ice accumulations are possible mainly on exposed surfaces such as bridges and overpasses.
There is a chance for light snow late Monday night in the Hill Country, however no snow accumulations are expected at this time.
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