Flood Watch Continues Through 7 PM

For a third straight day–a flood watch is in place across the San Antonio area.

“What we’re looking for is an additional one to two inches of rain, with some isolated spots of up to as much as four inches” National Weather Service Forecaster Steve Smart told KTSA News. He said an already wet start to our week means it won’t take much rain to cause some headaches.

“It’s not just going to be nuisance flooding causing some ponding in your favorite parking lot. It’s going to cause water to come up quickly across low water crossings and roadways that are prone to flooding and cause a major issue” Smart said.

On the bright side, Smart said there is some light at the end of this tunnel.

“As we get in to Thursday, a little bit less activity–Friday, a little bit less than that” Smart said, though quickly adding the chance of rain will remain in our forecast through the weekend.


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