Flooding at Lake Grapevine has shut down both directions of busy FM 2499 from Highway 121 in Grapevine to Lakeside Parkway in Flower Mound.
Homeowners in Coppell are bracing for flooding on Friday, and the city’s emergency management office is meeting to discuss the next course of action.
Residents in Grapevine may soon be forced to evacuate from their homes after the city’s mayor signed a disaster declaration on Wednesday, worried about possible flooding.
The worst of the rain is over for North Texas, but area lake levels may still go up as the water settles, and that could be bad news.
An emergency water release at Lake Lavon seems likely, yet may not be as imminent as earlier feared.
Flood insurance is one of those things you may think you have, but you probably don’t. If your home is flooded, your homeowners insurance will most likely not cover the damage.
With all the rain, local, state and federal officials have been keeping a mindful eye on North Texas rivers and lakes.
Tropical Depression Bill continues to inch northward on Wednesday morning with sustained winds of 35 mph. Expect moderate to heavy rain bands throughout the day.
Tropical Depression Bill started pounding North Texas with rain early Wednesday, and the City of Dallas was ready for it. There have been no flood-related issues reported yet.
As Tropical Depression Bill and its remnants blow through Texas, Gov. Greg Abbott is sending an urgent message to residents.
Businesses along Lamar Blvd. in downtown Austin are keeping a close watch on Shoal Creek.
The lake is less than six inches away from an emergency release. That means all of its flood gates would open.