Old Man Winter is making a return visit this weekend.

A strong cold front is expected to move through the area Saturday afternoon and evening, bringing temperatures down to the low 40s on Sunday. Temperatures could drop as low as 32 degrees on Monday.

"Behind the front is when we expect light precipitation to fall across San Antonio and the metro," Chief Meteorologist Taylor said.

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But in the Hill Country, some light rain might change over to freezing rain and sleet late Saturday, early Sunday.

"That’s when temperatures will fall below freezing," Taylor said.

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The chance of a wintry mix should only be possible for the Hill Country and chances run through noon Sunday when temperatures should warm above freezing, Taylor said.