A day after record-setting rains left three people dead and washed away hundreds of homes in Texas and Oklahoma, the heavens are easing up. But that doesn't mean the threat is gone.
Severe storms possible Monday morning and afternoon
The bottom dropped out over northern Texas and Oklahoma overnight. Rainfall broke records and river banks, and killed a firefighter early Sunday, as emergency crews scrambled to pull residents from floodwaters.
A look at the weather for the start of your week.
Plenty of rain tonight in the Big Country, Nothing severe just yet.
A Flash Flood Watch is in effect Saturday and Sunday for the entire KRBC viewing area.
Heavy rain possible this weekend
Showers Friday morning in the northern Big Country, strong soaking storms Saturday afternoon.
Rain is highly likely this weekend, with some storms turning severe.
Light rain, drizzle, and mist expected through the afternoon
Showers and a few storms are expected after midnight into Thursday morning for the southern Big Country.
A few showers or storms on Thursday but not likely severe. We do, however, anticipate severe weather Friday through Sunday.
Showers and storms likely through Memorial Day Weekend
More storms expected Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, some with heavy rain.
More storms in the forecast
The southern Big Country will see thunderstorms Monday night into Tuesday morning, some with very heavy rain.
Rain for the northern Big Country, could be heavy at times, Monday night and Tuesday.
Rain amounts of 1 to 3 inches possible Monday night through Tuesday afternoon, leading to Flash Flooding.
More storms in the forecast this week
More rain coming up this week in the Big Country.
Stormy conditions making their way through the Big Country
Storms late Friday night into early Saturday morning, a mid-day break, then late day storms, some severe.