Several roads in Bexar County remained flooded Friday morning after a cold front and associated thunderstorms brought heavy rains to the region.
Metal scaffolding that fell onto a St. Mark’s Episcopal Church building downtown caused significant roof damage, but the historic church itself was unharmed.
San Antonio Parks Foundation is hosting Jazz’SAlive this weekend, which means streets around downtown’s Travis Park will be closed.
Fast-moving thunderstorms that brought wind gusts of at least 50 miles per hour toppled scaffolding on a downtown building and left thousands without power late Thursday and early Friday.
The storm most severely affected power in the 78212 and 78201 ZIP codes north of downtown, according to the utility.
San Antonio-based insurer USAA responded Wednesday to the devastation left in the wake of Hurricane Michael with a major deployment of people and resources.
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A critical flood information website is back online after issues at a Microsoft data center left the site down while heavy rains hit San Antonio.
Use between 7 a.m. and 8 a.m. Wednesday peaked at 65,731 megawatts, above the previous record of 62,855 megawatts set on Jan. 3
As temperatures drop, the number of fires tends to rise due to increased space heater and fireplace usage, SAFD Chief Charles Hood said.