SAN ANTONIO -- A FLASH FLOOD WATCH remains in effect for all of South Texas throughout the day Saturday. Parts of San Antonio received 3 or more inches of rain Friday into Saturday morning before the first part of the storm cleared to the east.
There were some concerns about flooding overnight, but no high-water rescues were required, emergency officials reported.
There was a break in the action Saturday morning, but the rain was expected to return in the afternoon as storms form in the Hill Country and a cold front pushes through. Moisture is still in the area, keeping rain chances high for the rest of the day, said KENS 5 meteorologist Jared Silverman.
The forecast for Saturday calls for clouds and scattered showers and storms. Rain could be briefly heavy, and high temperatures will only reach 80.
Any remaining rainfall will end early Saturday night. Then it will be mostly cloudy with lows in the upper 60s overnight.
Sunday will be rain-free, but clouds will linger. It will be partly sunny with highs again cool near 80.