Thousands of San Antonians woke up Tuesday morning without power as high winds sweep through South Texas.
CPS Energy's online map showed about a dozen outages affecting thousands of customers in the downtown area and on the city's south side early Tuesday.
A wind advisory and Red Flag warning had been issued for nearly all south Texas counties.
KENS 5 meteorologist Paul Mireles said the San Antonio International Airport recorded gusts up to 40 mph early Tuesday morning. The wind should calm down by the afternoon, he said.
KENS 5 viewer Javier Cortinas shared a photo from the downtown area, where a gust of wind blew part of the roof off Stephen F. Austin Elementary School.
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