SAN ANTONIO – A major storm system brought widespread rain and even a wintry mix to the KSAT viewing area Sunday. As that storm system moves east Sunday afternoon, our precipitation chances will come to an end.
Here’s what you need to know:
- Rain, snow, and a rain/snow mix will gradually come to an end from west to east Sunday afternoon
- By Sunday evening, all precipitation will be well east of San Antonio and it will just be cloudy and cold
- It will still be cold Monday morning, with low temperatures near freezing in many locations
Sunday’s storm system brought South Texas some much-needed rain! Here are some reported rainfall totals of 2 o’clock Sunday afternoon:
- San Antonio International: 0.81″
- Stinson: 0.89″
- Schertz: 0.88″
- New Braunfels: 1.09″
Winter Weather in Hill Country & Parts of San Antonio
As a result of a wintry mix - rain, sleet, and snow - falling in parts of the area Sunday, a Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the counties in purple in the image below. This includes San Antonio and Bexar County. While this advisory will likely be allowed to expire early, please keep in mind that roadways may be a little slick in portions of the Hill Country through this evening.
The weather for the upcoming work and school week will be uneventful in comparison to Sunday! You can find the latest Planning Forecast below.