The threat of additional flash flooding is diminishing across North Texas and the D/FW Metroplex. Record rains overnight have pushed many streams and rivers into flood. Residual flooding will likely impact low-water crossings and typical trouble spots most of today. Several low water crossings are also impacted farther south into the Austin and San Antonio metros. Most rains along I-35 should be light by the afternoon.

In terms of new flooding there is a slight risk across Northeast Texas and East Texas. We are not expecting a repeat of last night’s major flooding, but localized issues are possible farther east today. The same can be said for South Texas day Southeast Texas. Widespread flooding is not expected at this time.

Im actually attending the Texas Weather Conference in Arlington, so my ability to put together a full blog is limited. I’ve included several tweets and links below that summarize last night’s major flood event and useful links.

River level forecasts (including flood stage information) can be found at https://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=fwd