Dealing with days of rain and flooding means making adjustments for people who do business along North Texas lakes.
Boat owners are calculating the damage after remnants of Tropical Storm Bill ripped out half the docks at one Lake Lewisivlle marina.
Today’s projected rainfall will flow into already waterlogged reservoirs that protect our larger cities.
An approximately nine-foot gator was spotted in a drainage ditch near Lake Lewisville Monday.
Some residents of a North Texas RV park, who were forced to evacuate because of flooding along Lake Lewisville, are being allowed back in their homes.
With the risk of localized flooding from the overflowing Trinity River, the City of Dallas has closed sections of more than 20 roads in area west of Stemmons Freeway (I-35 E), north of Northwest Highway and east of Luna Road and south of Royal Lane. This area will likely be blocked off to traffic through Monday morning’s commute.
Lake Lewisville passed its 100 year flood mark early Sunday. It now stands at a whopping 537 feet — and waters are flooding into Dallas.
Homeowners close to Lake Lewisville woke up Saturday morning to another round of flooding concerns. More rain means more water in an already swollen lake.
Owner says, “We don’t believe in closing,” but he might have to.
Jay Seffern has watched Lake Lewisville swallow his backyard and creep up to his patio’s steps.
Lake Lewisville stood at more than 534 feet Tuesday, two feet above flood pool, and 12 feet above what’s normally considered full.
Resident: “Obviously my concern is that Lake Lewisville levels will get high enough to get into my house.”