Severe Weather Strikes San Antonio, Again

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  • San Antonio's under this storm somewhere. This is NWS radar from earlier this morning.

The Alamo City is under flash flood and tornado watches, along with most of Central Texas.

The flash flood watch is in effect until 10 a.m. Saturday morning, and the tornado watch is in effect until noon.



The Weather Channel reports that tornados may have hit D'hanis and Floresville, destroying a bank and damaging other buildings in D'hanis, and damaging a school in Floresville.

According to the National Weather Service, San Antonio will get 2 to 4 inches of rain with the possibility of 6 inches of rain in localized areas.



There are multiple roads that are closed. Here's a list from Bexar County. Here's a list from the City of San Antonio

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