Heavy Rain Sunday Causes Flooding

NBC 5 viewers shared photos of flooding after heavy rains on Sunday.

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Much needed rain in Granbury!!!
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Much needed rain in Granbury!!!
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Mandy
Flooding in Granbury Picture of our pond from window.
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Granbury Flooding Water covered 377 in Granbury next to Classic Chevrolet.
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Tyler Correll
Granbury Flash Flood This is in DeCordova.
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Heavy rains in hill co. Creek is out of its banks near hwy 67 in hill co.
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Lyndsie Burleson
Brazils River Weatherford Texas
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10 in rain at Glen Rose Submitted by Norma Kranz Glen Rose Tx
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Rain in Millsap 5 to 6 inches of rain the water was from the street to the back of the property glad to have it
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flood in Weatherford. we have a river that flows better than the trinity.
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homemade pool in Grandview TX This is our front yard
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Knee boarding in the front yard Anyone for some Redneck knee boarding
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Chuck Hopf
Tree down Large tree came down in the rain today. Hit two cars and road is still impassable. This is on the east side of Dallas in the White Rock Lake/Casa Linda area
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Lake Worth Texas Taken by Lisa Hubbard
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awesome looking I took these pic out here in Springtown
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Bedford sky Jim Stratmoen
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Clouds over Justin, Tx this afternoon Gayla ZiegelSent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE smartphone
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Weather pic Sent by Siegfried Ludwig in Fort Worth
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Mammatus Clouds near Azle, TX I caught a photo of these Mammatus clouds just to the east of Azle as the sky's were beginning to clear to the west. Is it unusual to see Mammatas clouds near the clearing side of a system. I guess I've always associated them with the oncoming portion of a system. Doug Howard Ham Radio callsign KG5OA
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Mammatus Clouds near Azle, TX I caught a photo of these Mammatus clouds just to the east of Azle as the sky's were beginning to clear to the west. Is it unusual to see Mammatas clouds near the clearing side of a system. I guess I've always associated them with the oncoming portion of a system. Doug Howard Ham Radio callsign KG5OA
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