Kathy Coleman says she says flood waters became an unexpected house guest on this Father’s Day… The Lavon resident who lives on Lake Road near SH 78, says it only took 30 minutes for water to fill her front and backyards, then eventually inside the front of her house.
Rains that swept through North Texas caused flooding that closed some roads, seeped into homes, and caused the collapse of a bridge in Hunt County after 3 to 6 inches of rain fell across the already-saturated area Sunday.
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.
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.
North Texas lakes are full — and some are still closed — after recent rains. But now, Tropical Storm Bill is promising even more precipiation across the DFW area.
Tropical Storm Bill is churning in the Gulf of Mexico, and is expected to reach shore on Tuesday around Matagorda with wind speeds reaching as high as 60 mph.
There is a Tropical Troublemaker trying to organize in the Gulf of Mexico. The hurricane hunters are investigating to see if there is a more defined low level circulation.
Today FEMA added 20 more counties — including Johnson and Denton Counties — to a disaster declaration for Texas after a swath of severe floods ravaged parts of the state and killed 28 Texans.
Flood damage across Texas shows a severe lack of preparedness — The federal warning system designed to anticipate such catastrophic events did not accurately assess the danger this May.