SAN ANTONIO – Overnight snow has covered the Alamo and the rest of downtown — a sight that is rarely seen.
KSAT’s Sarah Acosta reported live from the San Antonio landmark on Monday morning and said Alamo Plaza received about 2 inches of snow.
Sunday night into Monday, San Antonio and the surrounding area saw 3-6 inches of snowfall -- the most the area has seen since 1985.
Transportation and local government officials are asking people to avoid travel as much as possible due to the icy conditions.
Widespread winter weather moved in late Sunday and will continue through very early Monday morning. A mix of rain, freezing rain, sleet, and snow swept across the KSAT viewing area while temperatures fell into the low 20s and teens.
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