SAN ANTONIO – It may be spring break, but some KSAT viewers in the Hill Country woke up to snow on Saturday.
KSAT meteorologist Sarah Spivey said snow fell in Edwards, Kerr, and Real counties. However, no major impacts are expected since temperatures are largely above freezing.
Images and videos shared on KSAT Connect showed snow in the areas of Rocksprings, Comstock and even as far as Marfa.
Closer to San Antonio, people won’t see snow but they should expect to see some cold rain.
If you have videos and images of rain or snow, share them with us on KSAT Connect and we may use them online and on-air. You can also download KSAT’s weather app for customized and accurate forecasts.
Here are some images submitted on KSAT Connect.
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