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FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Tropical Depression Bill continues to inch northward on Wednesday morning with sustained winds of 35 mph.

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Expect moderate to heavy rain bands throughout Wednesday morning. Use caution on the roadways due to ponding.

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The leading edge continues to push north through Denton County and Collin County. Rain chances are at 100 percent during the early morning commute.

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We are also under a Flash Flood Watch throughout Wednesday. The watch will be lifted at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday. We are expecting 2-4 inches of rain just on Wednesday morning.

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Here is a look at Bill’s track. It will pass through the Metroplex at around 1:00 p.m. but the effects will be felt well before and after.

NTX tornado chances

Flash flooding is the biggest threat, but a brief spin-up tornado cannot be ruled out. There is a higher chance for an
isolated tornado for our eastern counties.

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Rain chances stick around for the next few days.