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Flash Flooding Shuts Down I-35 at Loop 410 on the Northeast Side


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Update: Loop 410 is now open.

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Dear San Antonio,

If you can stay off the roads, please do so. But if you can't, remember, turn around don't drown.

Spring rains are soaking the ground and multiple media outlets and government organizations are warning San Anto's residents of flash flooding.

As of Monday morning, I-35 at the Loop 410 interchange is submerged and traffic is being diverted. As of 10:30 a.m., nine San Antonio streets were closed. Check out closures here. 

There is a flash flood watch in Bexar County until Tuesday morning

We've done this before. Flash flooding here is serious. So, please, keep an eye on the weather and drive smart, if you have to drive at all.


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