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Chance of Snow in Texas Hill Country Tomorrow Night


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Thank global warming for snow coming to Texas more often.

Strong winds and a possibility of snow are in store for the Hill Country Thursday, according to reports from the National Weather Service. Gusty winds are expected all day for much of South Central Texas.
San Antonio could experience wind speeds up to 50 miles per hour, while  temperatures are expected to remain in the 50s. Due to those gusts, outdoor burning is not recommended.

While a lot can change in the next 36 hours, precipitation is predicted for parts of Kerr, Kendall and Burnet counties Thursday night, which means a chance of snow.

San Antonio last saw considerable (for these parts anyway) snowfall on December 7, 2017. Parts of North Texas experienced a thicker blanket of snow last year, but San Antonians were still plenty excited about a real snow day — its first since the mid '80s.
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