It’s cold and windy! There’s a little mist as well, so roads Wednesday morning may be slippery

We’ll stay in the mid 40′s today, but the wind chill will be biting

Wednesday morning temperatures. (KSAT)

UPDATE: KSAT Meteorologist Mike Osterhage said we were in the upper 70s yesterday, and as expected temperatures have dropped about 40°!

There will be some mist this morning, and maybe a shower today. Some light snow mixed in is possible tonight in the northern counties.

It will be cold tomorrow morning, and then sunny and warmer, Osterhage said.

Get the latest forecast from KSAT 12, your Weather Authority.


(Original Story)

An arctic cold front is moving across Texas, and will arrive in San Antonio late Tuesday evening. Until then, expect a very warm Tuesday.

After a cloudy morning, there will be a few peeks of sunshine Tuesday afternoon and a high temperature near 80 degrees. During the day, the wind will be from the southwest at 5-10 mph.

Tuesday will be unseasonably warm before a late night cold front arrives. (KSAT 12)

Tuesday night, the cold front will arrive around sunset, switching winds around to the north at 15-25 mph. As temperatures fall into the 30s and 40s overnight, cold, light rain is possible.

Overnight Tuesday and early Wednesday morning, cold, light rain is possible as temperatures dip into the 30s and 40s. (KSAT 12)

By sunrise Wednesday, it will be cloudy and cold. Temperatures will struggle to get out of the 40s, despite a few peeks of sun in the afternoon. With winds gusting up to 30 mph, the wind chill will be in the 30s for most of the day.

Late Wednesday night, there will be another chance for very light precipitation. With temperatures dipping close to freezing, a few snow flakes are possible -- especially in the Hill Country. Because no accumulation is expected, roads should remain safe.

As temperatures dip to near freezing early Thursday morning, a few snowflakes are possible. (KSAT 12)

Our blast of cold air will be short-lived as temperatures will quickly rebound back to above average by the weekend.

After a cold and blustery Wednesday, temperatures will quickly rebound into the weekend.` (KSAT 12)

About the Authors:

Sarah Spivey is a San Antonio native who grew up watching KSAT. She has been a proud member of the KSAT Weather Authority Team since 2017. Sarah is a Clark High School and Texas A&M University graduate. She previously worked at KETN News. When Sarah is not busy forecasting, she enjoys hanging out with her husband and cat, and playing music.

Meteorologist Mike Osterhage handles the weather forecasting duties for the Emmy-award winning "Good Morning San Antonio" and as co-host of “SA Live” in the afternoon. Mike received his meteorology degree from Mississippi State and a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Oakland University in Rochester, Mich.