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Flood waters are moving down the Blanco and San Marcos Rivers. Flash Flooding is occurring from Wimberley to San Marcos to Luling. The flooding is not expected to crest until Monday.

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San Antonio First Warning Weather Forecasts

Severe Weather and Flash Flooding

A Flash Flood Watch is in effect for Memorial Day... another upper level storm system will send disturbances our way and combine with an abundance of low level moisture to produce widespread heavy rain and thunderstorms. The thunderstorm activity has already developed to our west over the Del Rio area. The storms will be moving in two or three waves today starting to the west and then move toward the San Antonio area for the late morning and afternoon. The storms today could also be severe producing large hail and damaging winds. There is also a slight risk for a tornado. Rain totals today will average 1 to 3 inches with isolated amounts of up to 6 inches. This amount of rain will cause serious flash flooding issues and cause dangerous rises along our rivers. 

Remember Turn Around Don't Drown. Plus Campers near Rivers and Streams need to move to higher ground.

Rain chances decrease tonight but more thunderstorms are expected Thursday through the weekend. 

Watch Fox News First this morning with Meteorologist Shaun Stevens. He will let you know the latest on our flash flooding and severe weather threat. 






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