Showers dripping San Antonio causing adult to 2 inches of sleet for tools of a city
May 15, 2016 - Picnic Time
Parts of San Antonio saw some-more than an in. of sleet Sunday as showers changed opposite a city and dripping many of Bexar County.
While National Weather Service meters during a San Antonio International Airport picked adult .61 inches of sleet as of 2:30 p.m., radar estimates put totals on a South Side during 1.18 inches, and certain areas of Bexar County perceived as high as 1.5 to dual inches of sleet as of mid-afternoon.
The sleet is projected to stop Monday, though a cold front relocating in early Tuesday should move temperatures behind down and means sparse thunderstorms a rest of a week, according to NWS.
A inundate advisory for was released for Bexar County until 2 p.m. Sunday afternoon.
A matter from a NWS pronounced complicated sleet and thunderstorms in a San Antonio area could means civic and tiny tide flooding as good as teenager flooding from superfluous bad drainage areas.
A dangerous continue opinion for tools of Central and South Central Texas projected between one and dual and presumably adult to 5 inches of sleet via Sunday and overnight.
Counties in a dangerous continue opinion enclosed Bexar, Bandera, Hays, Travis, Comal, Guadalupe, Atascosa, Kerr, Kendall, Atascosa and Medina.
Strong to serious thunderstorms with probable accost and deleterious winds are probable Monday by Thursday for tools Central Texas a NWS reported Sunday on a website.
San Antonio military and glow units responded during about 1:30 p.m. to a high H2O occurrence during Hollyhock and Babcock roads, according to scanner trade and a glow department’s webpage.
Police also responded to mixed car wrecks Sunday, according to scanner traffic.
No injuries have been reported.
Despite a rain, dual large events function in San Antonio Sunday went on.
The Tejano Conjunto Festival pronounced a 35th annual song fest continued during Rosedale Park, starting during 1 p.m., a posting on a event’s Facebook page reported.
Meanwhile, a annual travel far-reaching cruise famous as Houston Street Food reported by amicable media that a cruise was changed inside to a Frost building during 217 E. Houston Street.
The eventuality advantages a San Antonio Food Bank and offers an outside dining knowledge with epicurean cruise baskets prepared by chefs from restaurants along Houston Street.
Portions of Houston Street were to be sealed for a event, though a travel stays open now that festivities have been changed inside.
Staff writer Jeremy Gerlach contributed to this report.