Rainfall will be below average, but snowfall will be above average in the north, with a better chance of snow in mid-or late January and early.
San Antoniohas a 40 to 50% chance of seeing lower-than-normal amounts of snow and rain this winter. The rest of the country will have varying weather conditions depending on the region. Colder than normal conditions are expected in the Pacific Northwest and the upper Midwest, according to the NWS.
Warmer-than-normal conditions are expected in most of the southernmost part of the U.S. In the United States and most of the East Coast. February tends to be the month with the least rainfall in 210, but it is also the month in which snow is most likely to fall in San Antonio. However, major snow events tend to occur during La Niña, as is the February storm, which caused thousands of people in San Antonio to be left without access to electricity or water.
White said that when he passes through San Antonio, temperatures will drop 20 degrees after reaching a maximum of 60, but the lowest minimum in the city will be in high adolescence and in the 20 degrees on Friday and Saturday mornings.