Turn Around Don’t Drown

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By. Marques Mingo
News Reporter

With heavy rain from today’s weather, the City of San Marcos is reminding residents to stay inside and remain safe.

The National Weather Service has issued both a flash flood warning and a severe thunderstorm warning, as well as a tornado watch in San Marcos.

City officials are asking residents to stay home—turn around, don’t drown.

San Marcos CISD has cancelled all classes today. Students who are already on campus are being sheltered in place. Officials ask parents to not bring students to school and stay home.

Texas State University and it’s Round Rock campuses are closed for the day.

Emergency officials are asking residents to stay home today and monitor local weather reports as numerous streets and low water crossings have water flowing over them, creating extremely hazardous driving conditions.

Up-to-date weather warnings can be found at the National Weather Service at; local road closures are listed at

Residents are urged to sign up for emergency alerts at, and follow the City on social media at and

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