Flash Flood Watch in effect for North Texas until 7am Wednesday

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UPDATE 3:05 P.M.- The National Weather Service of Fort Worth has confirmed that another four tornadoes occurred on Sunday in addition to the two previously reported in Dallas county.

One took place at 11:15 a.m. in Bell county west of Troy along Willow Grove Rd which has been rated an EF-0 with max winds of 75 mph.

Meanwhile, three occurred in western Ellis county between 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m on Sunday. The NWS stated that these were likely weak tornadoes, given that no damage could be found or was reported, and their EF rating is still unknown.

UPDATE 1:55 P.M.- The National Weather Service in Fort Worth has now confirmed there were two tornadoes in North Dallas yesterday. One was an EF-0 with winds up to 75 miles an hour near University Park. The second was an EF-1 with winds up to 90 miles an hour near Northaven Rd, West of US-75.

Elsewhere, a Flash Flood Watch is in effect until at least 7am Wednesday.

We are expected to get plenty of rain today. The heaviest rain will occur east of Dallas and south of Interstate 20 through noon Monday.

Things should calm down by late morning, but more storms will regenerate into West Texas and the Big Country and head our direction later on this evening. All facets of severe weather or possible, especially west of I-35W.

Today: Scattered showers and storms. Isolated severe. High: Low to mid 80s. Wind: South 10-20mph.
 
Tonight: Mostly cloudy. Scattered showers and storms. Low: Mid to upper 60s. Wind: South 10-20 mph.