Flash flood warning issued for Bexar County

Warning in effect until 6:30 p.m. Friday

SAN ANTONIO – At 4:30 p.m., a band of showers and thunderstorms was moving northward across the coastal plains and toward the San Antonio metro area.
The storms will deliver less intense rainfall than the storms earlier Friday, but an additional one to two inches of rainfall is possible across areas that have already received as much as three to four inches of rainfall.
The new rainfall will be quick to runoff and will cause flooding across urban areas, including: San Antonio, Universal City, Alamo Heights, China Grove, Cibolo, Garden Ridge, Hollywood Park, Kirby, La Vernia, Live Oak, Marion, New Berlin, Olmos Park, Schertz, Selma, Shavano Park, St. Hedwig, Terrell Hills, Timberwood Park and Windcrest.
Runoff from heavy rain will flood creeks, streams, street intersections, culverts and underpasses. Low-lying places that normally flood could become death traps. Do not cross any flooded area. Turn around, don't drown.
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