SAN ANTONIO – THE LATEST: After flash flooding early Saturday afternoon, all flash flood-related watches and warnings have been allowed to expire as of Saturday evening.
Throughout Saturday, an area of low pressure has been slowly moving east across Texas. This contributed to the flooding rain we saw Friday night and on Saturday afternoon. As the rain comes to an end and the weekend rolls on, here’s what you need to know:
- By Saturday evening, rain will begin to wind down - although, a few lingering showers will be possible
- Showers & storms will come to an end completely a few hours before dawn on Sunday morning
How Much Rain Fell?
- Since April 28th, the airport in San Antonio has received more than 7 inches of rain, bringing our yearly rainfall total to just shy of 11 inches
- Some areas across South Texas saw between 8 and 10 inches of rain since April 28th, including parts of west Bexar County
The Rest of the Weekend
- The low pressure system responsible for keeping rain around through Saturday will move east and out of Texas by Sunday
- This will set us up for a rain-free day Sunday, with clearing skies
- It’ll be a great day to be outside, just watch for mud puddles :)
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