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Sleet, freezing rain threat over for SA area

The threat of freezing rain and sleet is over but it's going to remain cold and windy in the San Antonio area Thursday.

Several schools delayed classes due to the winter weather. All of the large school districts in San Antonio are OPEN AS USUAL today. Click here for a full list.

7:50 a.m. update: Harper ISD has cancelled classes for the day. Harper and Rocksprings ISDs are the only districts to report full closures.

Here is more information on this winter blast via the KSAT Facebook and Twitter pages. A winter weather advisory remains in effect in Bexar and surrounding counties until 9 a.m.  

WATCH: KSAT's Katrina Webber report on a weather related fire that spread to three homes and injured a child.

6:10 a.m. update: Edgewood, Alamo Heights and Southwest ISDs will be on a regular schedule today.

The winter weather has caused delays or cancellations at San Antonio International Airport. Click here for more information.

5:45 a.m. update: New Braunfels ISD schools on regular schedule today.

5:30 a.m. update: Kerrville ISD open today.

5 a.m. districts update: NEISD, NISD, SAISD and Judson ISD will all BE OPEN today with normal start times.

Mike's Day Plan Forecast:

4:30 a.m. update from Meteorologist Mike Osterhage: There has been mixed precipitation in the Hill Country overnight and still some on radar, just rain in San Antonio. Mostly sunny today with a high of only 42°.

4 a.m.: A Wind Advisory is also in effect until 9am. Wind speeds of 20-30 mph possible with gusts up to 40 mph.

NWS Update: Sleet reported at 3:15 a.m. on the NW side of Bexar County.

2:20 a.m. update from TxDOT San Antonio Twitter account: Watch for ice on I-10 from Kerr/Kimble County Line to mile marker 484.

For information on Greyhound bus delays, click here.


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