A round of heavy rain prompted a Flash Flood Warning Friday evening for portions of Tarrant County.
The Flash Flood Warning was issued at 6:45 p.m. and would expire at 8:45 p.m.
NBC 5 Senior Meteorologist David Finfrock said three to five inches of rain fell Friday evening in parts of Tarrant County. There were numerous reports of street flooding and even high water rescues.
The Fort Worth Fire Department urged drivers to not drive through standing water as crews responded to multiple calls about high water and at least one swift water rescue.
THE WEEKEND FORECAST
One more low chance of spotty thunderstorms is possible early Saturday. Most of the weekend though looks warm and dry.
Temperatures will be back in the 90s by Sunday with the upper 90s set for early next week.
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