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Last Map Update: Sat, Sep. 22, 2018 at 4:36:17 pm CDT

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A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect for the counties shaded in green. An additional 1-3 inches with locally higher amounts will be possible through tonight. Don't cross flooded areas.
Shower and thunderstorm chances will continue tonight, but mainly east of I-35 and north of I-20. Heavy rainfall will be possible, and a Flash Flood Watch remains in effect for portions of North and Central Texas. In addition, patchy drizzle will be possible overnight, locally reducing visibilities.
Rain (heavy at times) and thunderstorms will continue, especially along and east of I-35 today. Additional rainfall accumulations of one-half to one inch are likely, with locally higher amounts in excess of two inches possible.
Here are a few flash flood safety tips. Be cautious of areas that are prone to flooding and be especially cautious at night when it's harder to recognize flood dangers. Never drive through flooded roadways!
Astronomical Fall starts this Saturday September 22nd. On this day, both hemispheres receive the same amount of radiation. Day and night are nearly equal in length (approximately 12 hours). Days will slowly become shorter and nights will be longer.
DFW Airport tallied 8.11" of rainfall from noon Friday to noon Saturday. This ranks as the 3rd highest 24-hour total on record. This rainfall was also enough to make September 2018 the wettest September on record for Dallas/Fort Worth.

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