Your Totals: Rainfall reports across South Central Texas following Friday morning’s storms

Needed rain fell across a good portion of the area

Rainfall reports following Friday morning's storms

It didn’t come at the most convenient of times, but the rain we found in South Central Texas Friday morning was definitely needed!

A cold front sparked up a line of thunderstorms that pushed across the majority of the area and made for a pretty soggy morning commute in San Antonio.

Some rainfall totals were more impressive than others (as is what we often find with these types of rain events), with some picking up 0.25″ and others picking up an inch or more.

Below is a list of rainfall totals from official reporting stations and weather watchers across the region:

LocationTotal
San Antonio International Airport0.31″
Stinson Municipal Airport0.76″
Boerne Stage Field0.70″
Seguin - Randolph AFB Auxiliary Field0.68″
Pleasanton Municipal Airport0.43″
Kenedy Regional Airport0.71″
Kerrville Municipal Airport/Louis Schreiner Field0.29″
Hondo Municipal Airport0.11″
Uvalde, Garner Field Airport0.54″
Pearsall0.19″
Cotulla-La Salle County Airport0.20″
New Braunfels Regional Airport0.40″
Mico0.67″
Adkins, ~ 1.5 south of Kicaster~ 1.15″
Westover Hills~ 0.15″
Saspamco0.92″
Black Hill1.50″
Stone Oak0.63″
La Vernia1.13″
Bulverde0.87″
Floresville1.25″
South Floresville1.3″
Kosciusko1″
Geronimo0.40″
Graytown1″

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About the Author:

Meteorologist Mia Montgomery joined the KSAT Weather Authority Team in September 2022. As a Floresville native, Mia grew up in the San Antonio area and always knew that she wanted to return home. She previously worked as a meteorologist at KBTX in Bryan-College Station and is a fourth-generation Aggie.