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.
Morning showers will slide east of the area, but more storms possible Friday night
KTAB and KRBC got to take an aerial tour of Eastland County with Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller to assess the damage from the weekend storms that dropped a deadly tornado south of Cisco.
Stormy weather tonight, again Friday evening, again Saturday afternoon and night.
Quieter weather expected Thursday afternoon; storms increase later in the evening
More severe storms possible Thursday through the weekend.
Widespread rain in Wednesday's forecast. A Flash Flood Watch is in effect through the evening.
A wet Wednesday is on the way, with possible Flash Flooding.
The southern Big Country stands the best chance to see heavy rain on Wednesday.
The northern Big Country will get wet on Wednesday, heavy rain in spots.
Following yesterday’s declaration of a state of disaster in Eastland County and other Texas counties, Texas Governor Greg Abbott was briefed today on state resources being dispatched to areas impacted by inclement weather.