SAN ANTONIO — The City of San Antonio and other cities across Texas are warning drivers to stay off roadways as winter weather conditions continue to worsen over the next few days.

The San Antonio division of Metro Video Services reported more than 100 crashes on Saturday night, including one involving a fire engine on 1604 and another involving a Bexar County Sheriff's deputy on I-10. The count was stopped at 1 a.m., suggesting that there may have been many more.

Around 8 p.m. law enforcement cut off most overpasses between I-10 and I-410 as reports came in of ice.

The San Antonio Police Department also reported several accidents early Sunday morning.

Mayor Ron Nirenberg quoted a tweet from the National Weather Service, encouraging residents not to drive. Temperatures are expected to drop to subfreezing numbers Sunday evening into Monday morning. There is also a chance of snow accumulation.

Here are some tips from the TxDOT when driving in icy conditions:

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