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What You Should Know: San Marcos Flood Watch

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By: Marques Mingo
News Reporter

Photo taken by Matthew Hamill
Photo taken by Matthew Hamill

The National Weather Service has put the Hays County area under a flash flood warning until 7:15 p.m.

General Information

  • It is expected to rain throughout the night and into the early morning tomorrow.
  • Residents are encouraged to stay home, unless told to evacuate.
  • Turn around, don’t drown.
  • Up-to-date weather warnings can be found at the National Weather Service and local road closures are listed at ATX Floods.
  • Residents are urged to sign up for emergency alerts and follow the City of San Marcos on social media at Facebook or on Twitter @CityofSanMarcos.
  • All City offices are closed today, though police, fire and EMS are on hand.
  • Up to date information can be found at Hays Informed.

Damage

  • No tornado damage has been reported in San Marcos.
  • No official reports are available regarding the number of rescues completed.

Schools

  • San Marcos CISD has canceled classes today.
  • Texas State University classes have been cancelled for both campuses.
  • Wimberley ISD has canceled classes today.

Updated Information

Hays County residents are encouraged to stay in doors and off of the roads. In the case of an emergency, call 911, and to report electrical, water or waste water outages call (512) 393-8313.

For non-emergency questions, call (512) 393-7796. Only use 911 for immediate emergencies.

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KTSW News Department According to the National Weather Service, a flash flood warning has been issued for Hays,  County on October 30, 2015 until 1:15p.m. Hays Resources: Hays County Emergency Management is closely monitoring the situation to determine what county response might be needed. According to Hays County Communications Coordinator: “In Hays County, which is still recovering from the Memorial Day weekend floods, a number of low water crossing sensors […]

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