NWS: Flooding Continues Wednesday Morning


SAN ANGELO, TX – The morning commute in San Angelo Wednesday included street flooding across the city and the Concho Valley as rain overnight continued falling.

According to the National Weather Service Office in San Angelo the rain is expected to continue throughout the morning hours.

Widespread showers will continue across much of West Central Texas, especially for areas north of an Eldorado to San Saba line, through 10:45 a.m.

Hourly rainfall totals will generally remain below one half inch, with localized higher amounts possible. Minor flooding of low lying areas and roadways will be possible.

Many locations across San Angelo reported 2 inches of rain overnight.  The Red Arroyo was bank full at College Hills Blvd. and was running at Southwest Blvd by McDonalds.

This is a developing weather situation.

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This sounds like a grave and troubling issue. If anything is adversely affecting our thots locally, we should all be deeply concerned - especially if it's because there's something in the water in Tom Green county!

they were never yours to begin with.

Keep your thots under control and tighten up your game.

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