Meteorologist Evan Andrews talks about the severe weather risks for North Texas Tuesday night.
Rain potential for most of North Texas overnight and on Tuesday.
With more rain on the way the Fort Worth Fire Department is adding an additional Swift Water Rescue Team to be on standby.
Wet weather continues for North Texas.
Severe storms throughout the week are expected to bring very large hail, damaging winds, flash flooding, river flooding, and the potential for tornados.
An EF-0 struck in University Park and an EF-1 hit near Northaven Road just west of Central Expressway in Dallas. The three in Ellis County are unrated because the wind speed is unknown due to no damage found or reported.
Meteorologist Evan Andrews takes a look at the rain and possible severe weather in the forecast.
First responders said they were swamped with water rescue calls Sunday afternoon.
The National Weather Service said a survey team will be sent out Monday morning to determine whether any of the damage was caused by a tornado.
Storms left behind some damage in Dallas County Sunday, and there is rain in the forecast for the rest of the week in North Texas.
Rain has moved into North Texas, and flooding is the main concern.
Rain returns to the forecast for North Texas Saturday night, and will stay in the forecast for the next week.
Rain returns to the forecast for much of North Texas Saturday night, and continue for all of next week.
After a dry Friday, North Texas could have rain in the forecast every day for the next week.
Nice Friday, but next week will be soggy.
It should be a dry Friday for North Texas, before rain chances return to the forecast.
After a nice Thursday, rain is back in the forecast starting on Saturday.
Meteorologist Evan Andrews takes a look at the forecast for the week ahead.
Dan Henry has the latest forecast.
There should be a couple of dry days in North Texas, before rain returns to the forecast starting Saturday.