Meteorologists said Kerrville, Rocksprings, Del Rio and Burnet could get a "few flakes" due to the mid-30s temperature and rain. It's exciting news for most Texans since the central and south Texas is hardly ever lucky enough to get snow. The last time it snowed in San Antonio was January 1985, when a foot of snow allowed residents to go sledding and tubing and even make snow angels and snowmen.
This week's possible snow up north fall won't be so bountiful. Meteorologists said there won't be enough flakes to stick or blanket the ground.
As far as the 210, San Antonians can expect the cold front to stick until at least Thursday. It should be considerably warmer by the weekend.