SAN ANGELO, Texas — As severe weather rolls into the Concho Valley and Big Country, drivers should be aware of flash flooding that could be potentially life-threatening.

Any rainfall that we see will fall quickly in a short amount of time, according to FOX West Texas Chief Meteorologist Ricky Cody.

The National Weather Service always reminds drivers to "Turn Around, Don't Drown." 

Low water crossings to avoid in San Angelo after significant rains:

Jackson Street from Knickerbocker Road to South Bryant Boulevard
Howard and Webster streets
College Hills Boulevard and Millbrook Drive
Southwest Boulevard and Loop 306
Parkwood and Lindenwood streets
1500 block of Spaulding Street
300 block of North Archer Street
Sul Ross Avenue at Red Arroyo Crossing
North River Street and West 1st Street
Tres Rios and Lester streets
1800 block of Preusser Street
1700 block of Coke Street

Here are Abilene’s low water crossings to avoid: 

Intersections along Button Willow Parkway

Curry Lake from Clack to Catclaw

Butternut underpass

Intersections along Sammons Street

Texas Avenue at Arnold Boulevard

FM 3308 crossing draw

Sunset between South 1st and 2nd streets

Hartford, Redbird and Corsicana streets

US Hwy 84 frontage road crossing Little Elm Creek

North 6th Street and Willis