Southeast counties near San Antonio under flash flood watch through Friday

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Three area counties are expected to get quite a bit of rain

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While San Antonio is not expected to get the worst of Thursday’s rain, residents should still be prepared for another round of wet conditions.

National Weather Service

More rain could be in our future, San Antonio.

The National Weather Service says counties surrounding the Alamo City will see isolated to scattered showers and storms on Thursday, according to the latest forecast.

Areas south of the corridor at I-10 and U.S. 90 are likely to have more wet conditions through Friday. The agency predicts that between 1 to 2 inches of rainfall are possible for the I-10 corridor from San Antonio to La Grange, though this may change as showers and storms occur.

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There is a flash flood watch for Lavaca, DeWitt, and Karnes counties through Friday evening. These counties are expected to get between 1 to 4 inches of rain, though some areas may see 5 to 7 inches.

Even though the flash flood watch is for Lavaca, DeWitt, and Karnes counties, NWS is advising residents in San Antonio, New Braunfels, and La Grange to be aware of weather conditions since heavier rains could develop.

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