Cold front in San Antonio, Texas Hill Country to bring chance for snow

Snow flurries against a Texas flag.

Snow flurries against a Texas flag.

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Winter is set to make a return to parts of the San Antonio area and the Texas Hill Country. After looking at a new weather model Wednesday night, March 15, the National Weather Service is upping the chance for a few snowflakes paired with the forecasted rain in a few parts of the Hill Country on Saturday, March 18. However, the NWS is still not expecting any snow to effect areas along I-35.

Those in San Antonio and parts of the Hill Country may start seeing thunderstorms as early as Thursday afternoon, March 16, that are predicted to last through the night, ushering in the breezy cold front. A brief delayed winter is [maybe] on its way. Isolated thunderstorms could possibly arrive by the afternoon in the area east of I-35 with storms moving across South-Central Texas Thursday night.

The NWS warns that the forecasted thunderstorms could bring large hail and damaging winds. At this time there are no threats of a tornado, but it is possible for them to develop. In the event of a tornado warning, the NWS suggests you know where to go in order to safely ride out the storm.

In addition, as storms begin to descend upon South-Central Texas, the NWS says, “don’t be surprised” if there are a few rain droplets as you’re sipping your morning coffee or making your way to work.

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