SAN ANTONIO -- Residents in San Antonio and the surrounding counties were keeping one eye on the receding flood waters and another on the darkening sky one day after widespread flooding that left three people dead.
Saturday's rainfall event set a record as the second wettest day of all-time. San Antonio International Airport reported 9.87 inches.
As of Sunday morning, two women and one man were killed in the flooding.
Officials in Schertz said divers with the San Marcos Area Recovery Team resumed their search for the missing 18-year-old man around 9 a.m. Sunday. His body was recovered at 5:45 p.m., they said.
Family members identified the man as Avron Adams, 18. He had been swept away in the rushing water while he and a friend attempted to walk across Cibolo Creek around 4:30 p.m. Saturday.
The other boy made it across safely.
Search and rescue crews recovered the body of a 30-year-old who had become trapped in her vehicle under a bridge at Nakoma and Rhaphsody.
Officials said she was swept away as she tried climbing out of her vehicle. Her body was found down the creek. She was later identified as Lisuli Aguirre.
An 81-year-old woman drowned while attempting to cross Leon Creek in her vehicle on Saturday morning.
San Antonio firefighters said they climbed on top of her car and tried to break a window to get her out. However, the woman and her car were washed downstream. She was later identified as Bertha Nuiz.