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SAN ANTONIO —
UPDATE at 11:06 am: Heavy rainfall is now focused along the I-35 corridor. Heavy rainfall threat is main concern with multiple flash flood warnings out.
UPDATE at 10:39 am: Flash Flood Warning including Austin TX, Round Rock TX, New Braunfels TX until 1:30 PM CDT
UPDATE at 10:22 am: Thunderstorms and heavy rainfall are now spreading into Hays and Southern Travis Counties. Lightning is the main concern with these storms at this time.
UPDATE at 10:04 am: Pea sized hail was just reported at the Alamo. The hail threat is becoming more marginal, but this storm is producing very heavy rain and frequent lightning. New flash flood warning for most of Bexar and portions of Guadalupe and Comal Counties until 1 pm.
UPDATE at 9:55 am: Flash Flood Warning including San Antonio TX, Schertz TX, Universal City TX until 1:00 PM CDT
UPDATE at 9:40 am: This storm, about to move over San Antonio, has produced 1.25 inch (half dollar) sized hail in LaCoste. Please tweet us any reports as the storm moves across SA
UPDATE at 9:22 am: Severe thunderstorm making its way into the San Antonio metro area now. Hail up to the size of ping pong balls are possible.
UPDATE at 9:16 am: Severe Thunderstorm Warning including San Antonio TX and Leon Valley TX until 10:15 AM CDT
UPDATE at 8:48: – New Flash Flood Warning for Medina County. Parts of the county saw 3-5 inches of rain over night. An additional 1-3 inches is possible with this Storm Complex. Storm is also severe with large hail possible at the current time.
UPDATE at 8:48 am: Flash Flood Warning including Hondo TX, Devine TX, Castroville TX until 11:45 AM CDT
UPDATE at 8:34 am: New Severe Thunderstorm Warning, including Hondo. Hail up to the size of Tennis Balls possible.
UPDATE at 8:33 am: Severe Thunderstorm Warning including Hondo TX, D’Hanis TX, Riomedina TX until 9:15 AM CDT
UPDATE at 8:09 am: Severe Thunderstorm Warning including Sabinal TX until 9:00 AM CDT
UPDATE at 7:56 am: Strong thunderstorms moving to the northeast across southeast Uvalde County. #txwx
UPDATE at 6:38 am: Flash Flood Warning continues for Austin TX, Round Rock TX, New Braunfels TX until 9:30 AM CDT
UPDATE at 6:30 am: The heaviest rain has pushed east of Interstate 35. A few isolated showers and thunderstorms remain west of the primary line of storms. The flash flood warnings remain in effect, however.
UPDATE at 6:10 a.m.: A flash flood warning remains in effect for much of San Antonio and Medina County until 8:15 a.m.
UPDATE at 6 a.m.: TXDoT reopened the lower level of I-35 in the downtown area of San Antonio. Both directions are open to traffic.
UPDATE at 5 a.m.: Crews with the Texas Department of Transportation closed the lower level of I-35 in the downtown area of San Antonio due to water ponding on the roadway.
The National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning for areas of Bexar and Medina counties until 6:15 a.m. on Wednesday. The warning included most of San Antonio inside Loop 410, from Highway 90 to the Bexar-Comal county line.