More rain is expected in already-saturated parts of West and Central Texas as the flooding risk continues.
If you have been saying to yourself, “This rain stinks,” over the several days of downpours in North Texas, you may have been more right than you realized.
A continued threat of flooding is forecast in parts of Central Texas as more rain is expected in the area and dams along the swollen Colorado River release water downstream, officials said Wednesday.
NBC 5 Chief Meteorologist Rick Mitchell asks how many tornadoes, on average, touch down in North Texas each year.
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