Overnight, San Antonio saw the coldest temperatures that the city has seen in six years as the low got down to 20 degrees…

And that’s not including the wind chill.

With the wind chill, it felt like 10 degrees in parts of the city last night, according to KENS 5 meteorologist Jared Silverman.

Another hard freeze is expected Sunday morning, but there won’t be any more of those for a while. Still, be ready for temperatures in the low 20s again overnight tonight.

Things will start warming up to much nicer temperatures starting at daybreak on Sunday with a high of 50 expected, then highs of 65 coming Monday and 75 on Tuesday.