Three daily weather records were broken today at Sheppard Air Force Base
There was flash flooding in parts of Texoma overnight, and rising waters may have caused at least one crash overnight.
Despite some flooded roads, the rain sure was a welcome sight for Wichita Falls.
Weekend rains helped water the crops of farmers and cattle ranchers but thanks to some hard freezes earlier this year, farmers say some locally grown fruits will not be plentiful this season.
Rain that showered Wichita Falls early Monday morning and Sunday morning was all natural.
The rain over the weekend may not make the ban, or partial ban, on fireworks this year less likely.
May 2014 will go down as the 12th driest May on record for Wichita Falls, according to National Weather Service Records.
As of Sunday, Wichita Falls has been under some form of water restrictions for the past 1,001 days.
It certainly was an interesting week in Texoma! Click the headline to relive it all.
If you were out and about in Texoma this weekend you may have needed something you haven't for some time-- an umbrella.
Restaurants feel the pinch after severe rains wipe out Mexico's lime crop.
Even if the weekend rain did not boost the lakes much, most Texomans got a good soaking for their yards and plants as the spring growing season approaches.
Home and Garden Show vendors give tips to have a garden while we deal with very little rain fall.
After Wichita Falls city officials give the green light to cloud seeding yesterday, the company that will keep their eye on the sky is making preparations to do just that when the time is right.
Desperate for rain, dozens in California take part in a rain dance.
Area wheat crops off to a good start, thanks to recent rains.
Friday showers are delaying some important projects around the City of Wichita Falls.
Archer City Country Club has turned to saved water to keep their greens watered.
Texomans are still smiling about several days of rain. Showers started this weekend and ended yesterday but as Mechell Dixon found out, some residents are not smiling so much now, realizing they will have a chore they have avoided for a while--mowing the grass.
Texomans are still smiling about several days of rain.
Showers started this weekend and ended yesterday but as Mechell Dixon found out, some residents are not smiling so much now, realizing they will have a chore they have avoided for a while--mowing the grass.