Many people found themselves in dangerous situations across northern Denton County early Thursday morning as flooding rainfall moved across the area.
Selected rainfall totals across north Texas.
Storms dumped nearly a foot of rain in parts of North Texas and delayed air and highway travel Thursday.
With so many area roadways under construction, flash flooding is a serious concern for TxDOT on Thursday, as strong storms pound North Texas.
It wasn’t even a month ago that parts of Fort Worth were soaked with several inches of rain. Now, especially with heavy rains in the forecast, many previously flooded residents are asking what’s being done to prevent another damaging washout?
Arlington Heights neighbors, many still drying out from last week’s flood, packed a community meeting Wednesday night where Fort Worth leaders asked for patience.
After heavy rains across North Texas, here are some safety and repair tips for flooded vehicles.
Business owners and drivers worry about another round of heavy rain in the cultural district of Fort Worth. One couple posted a video on YouTube showing them attempting to help stranded drivers by wading through waist-high water.
The rain on Tuesday afternoon came too fast and too hard across a large part of Fort Worth and, when the water started to go down, the damage became very apparent.
Heavy rain and floods took dozens of North Texas drivers by surprise — leading to more than 40 high-water rescues in Fort Worth. In the course of a few hours, firefighters responded to more than 200 calls for help.
Nine homes destroyed and another dozen damaged by an unexpected flood. Water is still out of its banks in Granbury and there’s a threat of more rain. Residents say they were recently forced to buy flood insurance, but never thought they’d need it.
Flood waters damaged 20 homes near Granbury with nine deemed unlivable by the American Red Cross. Upwards to eight inches of rain fell in the matter of a few hours in the area on Sunday.