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Torrential Rains Flood Texas Again

Texas, USA

Up to 8 inches of rain fell in areas between Waco and Dallas-Fort Worth — with the heaviest rain detected near the Jonesboro community, 41 miles west of Waco.

Click here for more on the Texas storms at MyFoxDallas.com.

Flooding continued to be reported late Wednesday morning along rural creeks between Dallas and Waxahachie. Heavy rainfall flooded roads just south of Dallas and Fort Worth, including the heavily traveled northbound lanes of Interstate 35E near the Dallas-Ellis county line.

Areas around Corsicana and nearby Richland-Chambers Reservoir were placed under tornado warnings briefly Wednesday. There were no confirmed tornado sightings, but authorities report billboards and power lines were blown down and trees were uprooted along Interstate 45, about 4 miles southeast of Richland.

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