More rain in North Texas on Saturday

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Lightning strike seen from Downtown Dallas

North Texans were dealing with one last big round of rain on Saturday morning.

Flood Warnings were in effect for most of North Texas, including Dallas, Tarrant, Collin and Denton counties, throughout the morning.

Preliminary information from the National Weather Service indicated the storm moving across the area early Saturday was dumping almost two inches of rain per hour in parts of Tarrant and Collin County.

NWS data shows rainfall amounts in an hour in: Cleburne: 1.92, Allen: 1.86, Frisco: 1.8, Fort Worth: 0.70.

Road closures were spread throughout the region. Park Central Drive underneath 635 in Dallas was under four to five feet of water after White Rock Creek overflowed its banks. Crews worked to seal off access to the intersection.

More than 12,000 homes in Tarrant County were without power early Saturday. Dallas County had more than 3,000 with no power. Crews from Oncor were working to restore power to those homes.

Area events were also affected by the weather.

The Salvation Army Most Good 5K set to take place at Dallas' Klyde Warren Park was postponed to Sunday.

AT&T Byron Nelson officials announced the start of the golf tournament would be delayed by three hours on Saturday morning due to the heavy rain.