The National Weather Service is calling for significant icing resulting in dangerous driving conditions starting late Monday. Freezing rain, sleet, snow and low temperatures are also expected.
Hays County is under a winter storm warning through 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Total ice accumulations of up around one-tenth of an inch are expected with isolated totals up to one-quarter inch, according to NWS.
The Texas Department of Transportation has been treating roads in anticipation of the snow and ice. The department is prepared to have workers rotate in 12-hour shifts and monitor the weather to help treat the roads.
Due to the possibility of inclement weather, all San Marcos CISD schools will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, Jan. 16. Tomorrow’s school day will be made up on Friday, April 27. #SanMarcosCISD
— San Marcos CISD (@SanMarcosCISD) January 15, 2018
Due to inclement weather, all Hays CISD campuses are closed and activities are canceled on Tuesday, January 16, 2018.
For more detailed information about inclement weather planning, please visit https://t.co/Bdui4cwatP. pic.twitter.com/YThCK3ZeWd
— HaysCISD.ADM (@HaysCISD) January 15, 2018
Texas State University has also closed its San Marcos and Round Rock campuses Tuesday.