SAN ANTONIO -- A mix of sleet and rain descended upon the metro area Tuesday, although accumulation remained light and spotty.
"Scanning the skies and looking for precipitation, First Alert Doppler Radar is finding some," KENS 5 Meteorologist Paul Mireles said.
Temperatures in the hill country generally continue to hover at the freezing mark, or below, but the temperature has remained above freezing in San Antonio.
Cloudy skies will keep the high around 39 degrees.
"Here in the city, we've got some rain. I would not be surprised if the rain continues for some of it to turn over into sleet," Mireles said.
Isolated areas in the hill country, including Kerrville has seen areas of light freezing rain according to KENS 5 First Alert Doppler Radar.
"We're going to watch portions of the hill country, some of the roads and some of the bridges and overpasses as they could get slick very quickly."
Local school districts continue to monitor the weather situation. North East Independent School District and Northside Independent School District both announced via Twitter classes will be open. South San Antonio ISD and Alamo Heights ISD also report normal start times. All other San Antonio school districts are reporting normal start times.
Some district athletics games were rescheduled for later dates.
The sun is expected to return Wednesday, with temperatures starting in the mid-20s and reaching near 50 degrees by mid-day, Mireles said.
The Texas Department of Public Safety offered the following tips for staying safe during a winter weather event:
• Avoid unnecessary travel if possible. Monitor local weather broadcasts, and follow up-to-the-minute weather conditions.
• Remember that ice forms first on bridges, overpasses and shady areas.
• On icy roads, drive slowly, increase distance needed for stopping, and avoid using cruise control.
• Make sure your vehicle is properly maintained before any trip – check fluid and antifreeze levels.
• Buckle up everyone in the vehicle – it’s the law.
For more information on road conditions statewide, check www.drivetexas.org or call 800-452-9292.
In addition, here is a list of emergency supplies drivers can keep in their vehicle:
• Blankets/sleeping bags and extra clothing, mittens and hat
• Cell phone, radio, flashlight, extra batteries
• First-aid kit and pocket knife
• High-calorie, nonperishable food, bottled water
• Sack of sand or cat litter for de-icing roadway
• Windshield scraper, tool kit, booster cables, tow rope and shovel
For additional information regarding winter weather preparedness, click here.