A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through 7 p.m. Tuesday for portions of the Hill Country (including Kerrville), southern Edwards Plateau, and the Rio Grande Plains. Cold temperatures and wind chill values will impact the region today. An additional 1 to 3 inches of rain is forecasted in the Flash Flood Watch area, and a few spots may get up to 5 inches. Look for 1/4 to 1/2 inch of rain over the rest of the area along and east of Interstate 35.
City of Kerrville flooding updates:
• Louise Hays Park is closed and under water. • The River Parks and River Trail are closed. • Kerrville-Schreiner Park is seeing flooding and river access is closed. • All crossings on Quinlan Creek are currently closed. • First, Second, Third and Fourth Streets, as well as Lytle Street, Park Street and Sand Bend are all closed. • All crossings on the Guadalupe are closed except for SH16 bridge, Loop 534 bridge and Spur 98. • Bear Creek, Francisco Lemos Street and G Street are closed.
Please avoid all low-water crossings, and if possible, stay off the roads until the water recedes. ... See MoreSee Less
Kerr County Sheriff's OfficeKerr County Road / crossing closures
Sector Road or Crossing Date and Time
W Wagon Wheel Crossing - 1700 blk FM 1340 10/15 @ 14:00
W 300 blk FM 479 10/15 @ 13:23
W Benson Cross...
Ingram Independent School DistrictIngram ISD will delay the start of school tomorrow to 10 am due to flooding and inclement weather. Safety is always our number one concern. We will continue to monitor the weather closely and will pos...