San Antonio experiencing heavy rainfall Tuesday morning, street closures and flooding a possibility

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SAN ANTONIO — Heavy rain and high winds sweeping through the Alamo City are resulting in a messy morning commute, as the area received 1.23 inches of rainfall overnight, according to the National Weather Service.

NWS meteorologist Orlando Bermudez said an upper-level disturbance is moving through the area, but storms should subside by 10 a.m.

There is a possibility for flooding, especially at high-water crossings around town, according to the NWS.

The weather is expected to calm down by Tuesday night, when many people will be celebrating Valentine’s Day. The temperatures are expected to fall between the mid-60s and upper 50s, the NWS said.

"Some showers will stick around for the next few hours, and then it'll head out," Bermudez said. "It'll be kind of on the breezy side."

Currently, there are 13 street closures across San Antonio. You can see the full list of those roads here.

As for the rest of the week, expect sunny conditions on Wednesday through Saturday.

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