SAN ANTONIO -- Even more rain is expected to pop up across South Texas after much of the area was drenched by nearly 3 inches.
By the end of the day Wednesday, San Antonio recorded 2.83 inches of rain, according to the National Weather Service.
The bulk of the rain fell in the morning hours, making a mess of busy roadways and flooding low-laying areas throughout the city. A flash flood warning was issued once in the morning and again in the afternoon.
KENS 5 meteorologist Paul Mireles said more rain showers and even some thunderstorms may pop up anywhere between Austin and Pearsall as temperatures rise Thursday afternoon.
He said the weekend should mimic Thursday's weather, with morning clouds giving away to mostly clear skies and possible afternoon rain showers.
Highs are expected to stay in the mid-90s through the weekend.
This week's rainfall has accounted for the bulk of the 3.63 inches of precipitation recorded so far this month. According to the weather service, San Antonio experienced .14 inches of rain on Tuesday; and .26 inches of rain on Monday.