Following a wet holiday weekend, heavy storms swept across San Antonio on Tuesday, with parts of the city seeing up to 10 inches of rain.
Thousands of customers in Hill Country counties near San Antonio are still without power after a series of winter storms hits the area.
Experienced gardeners recommend a wait-and-see approach to plants that appear to have been destroyed by the extreme winter weather.
Scientists say while the long stretch of sub-freezing cold and two snowfalls is unusual, it’s not unprecedented.
SAWS opened seven water distribution sites Friday to help people without running water. The sites will operate daily until the water system is back online.
Local businesses, residents, and Councilwoman Rebecca Viagran worked quickly to set up a warming center in the Mission Del Lago neighborhood.
San Antonio residents can expect another hard freeze Thursday night going into Friday morning to cap Thursday’s snow flurries.
Gas stations across San Antonio struggled to keep their pumps flowing, as the winter storm that slammed the city over Valentine’s Day continued to ground supply trucks and knocked offline some refineries and supply stations.
Photos: San Antonio’s second snowfall of the week left quieter scenes throughout the city.
Snow began falling in San Antonio on Friday morning as the area was once again under a winter storm warning.
It was a harrowing choice Krystal Vital had to make. The mother of five could keep her family shivering under blankets inside their home, waiting hour by hour for the lights to come back – or she could overdraft her bank account for a night at a motel.
With hundreds still hospitalized for COVID-19 as of Saturday, SA health care workers are pushing through the icy conditions to get to work.
The winter storm has left many thousands of San Antonians “sitting in the dark, waiting for a miracle“ – some lacking water and power for days.