Jay Seffern has watched Lake Lewisville swallow his backyard and creep up to his patio’s steps.
The Trinity River has crested, but it is still considered dangerous, because more rain is on the way into DFW on Monday afternoon.
The Trinity River is a sight to see right now. All that water had pushed its levels to the highest in years. It’s also dark, murky water that can hide dangerous debris.
The severe weather threat for Memorial Day is very high. The primary risks will be damaging winds and large hail, but some isolated tornadoes are possible on Monday.
If that happens, it would be only the seventh time since Lewisville Dam was built.
More rain is in the weather forecast on Tuesday, and it continues throughout the rest of the week. All of this rainfall has the City of Dallas making preparations for potential flooding.
The Army Corps Of Engineers says its flood control system is working as designed.
The Army Corps of Engineers is working to keep the lake from overflowing without flooding homes downstream.
A Denton County woman and her neighbors have been watching an unpredictable trespasser on their property — the Trinity River. The water began rising as warnings of possible flooding reached their home Monday night.
2,000 cubic feet of water is being let out of the Lake Ray Roberts dam every second.
Homeowners in Denton County have been warned to be ready to evacuate on Tuesday after possible flooding along the Elm Fork of the Trinity River.
Area lake levels have risen from recent heavy downpours. But has the potential for flooding increased, too?