Keep those Umbrellas Handy — There's More Rain in the Forecast for San Antonio

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It finally rained. And it will rain some more. - FLICKR CREATIVE COMMONS
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  • It finally rained. And it will rain some more.
After days of threatening to do so, rain clouds finally burst over San Antonio last night.  Most of the city received over an inch of rain, with some areas getting closer to two inches.

And there's more to come. The National Weather Service predicts that more thunderstorms will hit San Antonio through Friday. The storms could intensify and bring strong winds and hail, so keep an eye out.



More rain is on the way for SA. - TWITTER/NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN ANTONIO
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  • More rain is on the way for SA.
Although there's not been enough rain to induce major flooding, the National Weather Service nonetheless issued a flood advisory for some of areas counties Wednesday morning. 



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