FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Storms with heavy downpours brought flooding concerns throughout North Texas with multiple sightings of high water areas reported by authorities, especially in Fort Worth.

A flood advisory was issued that lasted until 12 p.m. across Tarrant and Dallas counties as the storms moved through the area.

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The Fort Worth Fire Department tweeted about various road closures due to high water.  These areas included Biddison and James, the 3000 block of Cleburne Road and Wabash at W. Beddell.

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The service road of southbound Interstate-35W near Rosedale in Fort Worth was also closed due to flooding.

Fort Worth police also reported areas that authorities received calls about flooding throughout the city.

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The city of Fort Worth also closed Lake Worth to boat traffic due to concerns of high water levels and storm debris.