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Flash Flood Watch Remains In Effect From Saturday Afternoon Through Sunday Evening The Flash Flood Watch Continues For - Portions Of North Central Texas Northeast Texas And South Central Texas Including The Following Areas In North Central Texas Bell Bosque Collin Comanche Cooke Coryell Dallas Denton Eastland Ellis Erath Falls Fannin Freestone Grayson Hamilton Hill Hood Hunt Jack Johnson Kaufman Lampasas Limestone Mclennan Mills Montague Navarro Palo Pinto Parker Rockwall Somervell Stephens Tarrant Wise And Young. In Northeast Texas Anderson Delta Henderson Hopkins Lamar Leon Rains And Van Zandt. In South Central Texas Milam And Robertson. - From Saturday Afternoon Through Sunday Evening - Widespread Showers And Thunderstorms Are Expected To Occur Across North Central Texas This Weekend. The Heavy Rain Will Develop And Affect The Western Portions Of The Area Saturday Afternoon With The Activity Gradually Spreading Eastward Saturday Night And Into Sunday. The Soil Is Already Saturated So Any Additional Heavy Rainfall Will Cause Flash Flooding. - Widespread Rainfall Of 1 To 3 Inches Are Expected Across All Of North Central Texas. Higher Amounts Of 2 To 4 Inches Are Expected In The Areas Mainly North And West Of The Dfw Metroplex Where Localized Amounts Of Up To 6 Inches Are Possible. PRECAUTIONARY ACTIONS A Flash Flood Watch Means That Conditions Are Favorable For Heavy Rain Which May Lead To Flash Flooding. You Should Monitor The Latest Forecasts From The National Weather Service And Be Prepared To Take Action Should Flash Flood Warnings Be Issued For Your Area.
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