Flood Warning Canceled for the S. Concho While Ballinger Still Threatened by the Colorado
Update Wednesday 10/24/18 6:30 p.m. The National Weather Service Office in San Angelo has canceled the River Flood Warning for the S. Concho River at Christoval.
According to the NWS, the River Flood Warning for the South Concho River at Christoval has been canceled. The river has already crested below flood stage, and is expected to remain below flood stage.
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Here is a video of the Mineral Wells crossing at Christoval at 5 p.m. Wednesday.
The River Flood Warning for the Colorado River at Ballinger is still in effect.
SAN ANGELO, TX -- Streets in San Angelo are flooding again and the National Weather Service Office has issued an urban and small stream flood advisory through noon Wednesday.
According to the NWS, A band of moderate rainfall from Crockett county across the Concho Valley and Big Country at 9:20 am will spread eastward to Junction, Brady, Coleman and San Saba by midday. Rainfall amounts of 1/2 to 1 inch possible through noon.
Here's a video of street flooding at Culver Ave. and Johnson St.
The rain will then taper off noon through mid afternoon across Crockett county and the Concho Valley and western Big Country. Localized heavy rainfall and street flooding is likely, along with rises on rivers.
Here is a video of street flooding Wednesday Morning at College Hills and Red Arroyo.
There’s also a Flood Warning for the South Concho River at Christoval from this afternoon to Thursday morning or until the warning is canceled.
At 8:45 AM Wednesday the stage was 2.4 feet and Flood stage is 10.0 feet. minor flooding is forecast. The river level is expected to rise above flood stage by late this afternoon and continue to rise to near 11.9 feet by this evening. The river will then fall below flood stage by this evening.
At 9:00 a.m. Wednesday the stage was 10.9 feet and Flood stage is 18.0 feet. Minor flooding is forecast. The river level is expected to rise above flood stage tonight and continue to rise to near 20.5 feet by tomorrow morning. The river will then fall below flood stage by early Friday morning.
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