Portions of Hunt County were placed under a flood warning Tuesday, as rounds of showers and thunderstorms made their way across North Texas.
The rain is expected to end today, but another round of precipitation is in the forecast for this weekend.
The National Weather Service had issued a flood warning for the Cowleech and South Forks of the Sabine River, starting this morning and continuing through Thursday night.
The river was expected to rise above flood stage this morning, with minor flooding in the forecast.
The National Weather Service was predicting showers and possibly a thunderstorm before noon through noon today, tun a chance of showers through the afternoon and a high near 50.
It is expected to be partly cloudy overnight with a low around 34, before another cold front comes through Thursday, with a forecast high near 47 and north wind with gusts as high as 20 mph.
The long range forecast was calling for chances of showers and/or thunderstorms starting Saturday morning and continuing through at least Tuesday of next week.
Reminder: The National Weather Service is presenting the Skywarn storm spotter training seminar, starting at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Fletcher Warren Civic Center. The event is free to attend.