SAN ANTONIO -- A Winter Weather Advisory has been canceled for the Texas Hill Country.
A majority of the overnight low temperatures have remained above the freezing level, but
a few communities have reached 32 degrees.
KENS 5 meteorologist Paul Mireles said there should be no problems outside of the Hill Country and only a few isolated problems to the north of San Antonio.
If the sleet comes down heavy enough, maybe on a bridge or an overpass, we could have a temporary problem in portions of the Hill Country, said Mireles.
In the San Antonio area, the KENS 5 First Alert forecast calls for a 90 percent chance of showers. High temperatures will only hover around 40 degrees across the area with winds out of the north at 5 to 10 miles per hour.
Overnight into Tuesday morning, Mireles said showers will again remain in the forecast with a 20 percent chance of a few flurries. Don't get excited because there won't be much, but I have got to put it in as I think we're going to probably see some of that, said Mireles.
Looking ahead to Thanksgiving, the forecast calls for a high of 55 degrees and partly cloudy skies.
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