SAN ANTONIO -

Temperatures are expected to take a dip across San Antonio Wednesday as a pair of cold fronts move through the area.

KSAT Weather Authority meteorologist Mike Ostterhage says the cold front is moving through Wednesday morning. Winds will be blustery and temperatures will stay steady or fall. Mike predicts a high near 47 for Wednesday. 

According to the National Weather Service, an upper level disturbance will move across Texas to generate some light drizzle and light freezing drizzle Thursday morning.

Temperatures will be below freezing across much of the area at sunrise, and light freezing drizzle is expected in those areas.

The drizzle will end around midday, however, another upper level disturbance will move across Texas Thursday night into Friday to generate light drizzle.

Temperatures will drop below freezing across much of the South Central Texas area Friday, and the potential for light freezing drizzle could extend for several hours.

Temperatures will rise to above freezing by midday Friday with light drizzle expected during the afternoon into Friday night. The drizzle will end by Saturday.

Precipitation rates are expected to remain light with little or no ice accumulation expected, according to the NWS. The highs for Thursday and Friday will be around 40 with lows in the mid-30s.