* At 6:30 AM the area of low pressure associated with the remnants of Bill were located very near Waco. This storm system continues to trek to the north/northwest. We should see a slowing of movement and the low will be sitting on the D/FW Metroplex around noon. By 10 PM it should be very near Gainesville – so essentially it’ll slam on the breaks this afternoon.

* Moderate to heavy rain continues in the D/FW Metroplex this morning. We should see the rain tamper down from widespread coverage down to scattered (50% or so) by early afternoon. Localized flooding will be possible.

* Isolated tornadoes will be possible along and east of the low pressure system – so along/east of Interstate 35/35W. Any tornadoes that develop will likely be weak, short-lived, but could spin up very quickly.

* While we’ve been lucky with flash flooding so far in the sense we haven’t had much – remember most of the water that’s falling will runoff into area lakes and rivers. Those remain full from the May rain so we’ll see an increase in their levels – possibly back up to major flood stage in some circumstances.

* Rain chances will continue into Thursday for portions of North Texas, Northeast Texas, and East Texas. Localized pockets of flooding will be possible from that activity along with a continued threat of isolated tornadoes.

* The best way for you to keep up with conditions near you along with current weather warnings is by utilizing our free interactive weather adar located on our website at texasstormchasers.com/radar