More Rain Possible Sunday

Cold front includes 10 percent chance of rain Sunday

By Frank Heinz
|  Sunday, Aug 19, 2012  |  Updated 8:46 PM CDT
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Saturday Storms Cause Flooding

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Man Possibly Swept Away In Flooding

The rains may be welcome, but the rain causes flooding. White Rock Creek washed away a fisherman. DFW Int'l. Airport also experienced weather-related delays.

Saturday Storms Cause Flooding

The rains may be welcome, but the rain causes some streets to flood and plenty of delays at DFW Int'l. Airport.
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Just a day after severe thunderstorms dropped as much as 4 inches of rain on parts of the Metroplex, more rain is in the forecast -- though the chances for more rain are low.

NBC 5's Remeisha Shade says a cold front will push across North Texas Sunday and that includes a 10 percent chance of rain.

South and east of the Metroplex, the rain chances double to 20 percent.

The best chance for an isolated storm Sunday should be east of Interstate 35E and south of Interstate 20.

By the late afternoon, the chances for storms will have passed.

"Dry weather is expected for tonight with a few clouds and wind out of the north around 5-to-10 mph," said Shade. "It seems that these conditions should allow for the aerial spraying tonight."

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