A cold front is moving into the Concho Valley Wednesday night, bringing a 20 percent chance of light snow into the area. The National Weather Service in San Angelo said a light wintry mix is possible Wednesday night into Thursday morning with little accumulation.
Much colder air will arrive Wednesday night, accompanied by brisk north winds. Wind chill readings are expected to be in the teens across most of the area for Thursday morning. Highs Thursday afternoon will be in the 30s with wind chill values expected to be in the 20s.
Light freezing rain, light sleet and light snow will be possible late Wednesday and early Thursday. Only minor accumulations of up to one quarter of an inch are expected, if any, are expected. With precipitation expected to be light, combined with warm ground temperatures, the NWS said no impact on travel impacts is expected.
Early morning lows Friday are expected to be in the upper teens to lower 20s.
The very cold conditions may threaten pipes, pets left outside, plants and particularly cold-sensitive livestock.