SAN ANTONIO -- The River City was certainly living up to its name Saturday night into Sunday morning as mother nature dumped an incredibly heavy dose of rain from as far south as Frio County and as far north as Comal County.
Officials with both the city's police and fire departments have responded to at least five different water rescues between midnight at 3 a.m. alone.
Shortly after 2 o'clock this morning, CPS Energy's Online Outage Map
showed that over 9,000 customers were currently without power.
Although Storm Tracker 4 Doppler Radar
shows most of these storms heading out of town, they are certainly taking their time. As of 3:45 here are some Storm Tracker 4 Rainfall Highlights: Southwest Bexar County
. . . 7.2 inches Frio County
. . . 6.6 inches Comal County
. . . 3.4 inches
A Flash Flood Warning issued by the National Weather Service is set to expire at 5 a.m. For the latest on the storms impacting south Texas this weekend bookmark woai.com/weather
, follow Storm Tracker 4
on Twitter and tune into News 4 WOAI
. -Joseph Fenity