We're not done with the winter weather just yet as another mix of rain and sleet is expected Wednesday into early this evening.
KSAT Weather Authority meteorologist Mike Osterhage predicts a high of around 50, but says those temperatures will drop throughout the day to around 37 by 10 p.m. Mike says rain and blustery winds will accompany the front.
The National Weather Service states the upper level disturbance and cold layer of air will produce a good chance of rain mixed with sleet across parts of south central Texas on Wednesday.
Most of the sleet is expected to fall generally along and north of Interstate 10 and surface temperatures are currently expected to remain above freezing through early Wednesday evening.
Isolated moderate to heavy showers could produce enough sleet for brief ice accumulations on exposed surfaces such as bridges and overpasses.
Precipitation chances should decrease by the evening hours, but freezing temperatures will be possible again late Wednesday night. Any remaining moisture could result in a few ice patches developing on roadways.
Those planning to venture outdoors today or tonight should monitor the latest weather conditions and take extra precautions in case roads become slippery.