The Flash Flood Warning for northern Denton County has been extended through 4:30 AM. Moderate to heavy thunderstorms have once again redeveloped across parts of Cooke County and are now moving south/southeast into northern Denton County. Just under 4 inches of rain has been measured near Sanger and these storms could produce another two inches. Flash Flooding is ongoing with an unconfirmed report of flooding on Interstate 35 near Sanger. The flood situation will continue through 4:30 AM and will deteriorate with any additional rainfall.
FLASH FLOOD WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
203 AM CDT THU JUL 31 2014
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN FORT WORTH HAS EXTENDED THE
* FLASH FLOOD WARNING FOR…
NORTHERN DENTON COUNTY IN NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS
* UNTIL 430 AM CDT
* AT 202 AM CDT…BROADCAST MEDIA REPORTED A MEASURED RAINFALL TOTAL
OF JUST UNDER 4 INCHES IN SANGER. THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED TO
CONTINUE TO DEVELOP AND MOVE SOUTHEAST OVER THE FLASH FLOOD WARNING
AREA RESULTING IN ADDITIONAL FLASH FLOODING. AN ADDITIONAL 2 INCHES
OF RAIN IS EXPECTED THROUGH 430 AM CDT.
* LOCATIONS THAT WILL CONTINUE TO BE AFFECTED INCLUDE…KRUM…RAY
ROBERTS PARK ISLE DU BOIS…PILOT POINT…AUBREY…KRUGERVILLE…
CROSS ROADS…LITTLE ELM AND HACKBERRY.
BE ESPECIALLY CAUTIOUS AT NIGHT WHEN IT IS HARDER TO RECOGNIZE THE
DANGERS OF FLASH FLOODS. IT IS VERY DIFFICULT AT NIGHT TO TELL HOW
MUCH WATER IS ON THE ROADS OR IF THE ROAD HAS BEEN DAMAGED OR WASHED
AWAY. TAKE A DIFFERENT ROUTE TO REACH YOUR DESTINATION OR WAIT UNTIL