Overnight Storms Create Havoc in San Antonio Area


Depending upon where you live in the Brazos Valley, you went to bed Monday night with lightning in the distance or heavy rains overhead.

In the San Antonio area, A line of thunderstorm dumped golf-sized hail in parts of the city, leaving behind cooler weather but not before making a mess on roadways.

The overnight storm knocked down trees and cut power out for many east-side residents.

The storms even knocked out power to some 4500 customers.

The cold front pushing from the south brought lightning also left a mess on the roads.

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