Recent rainfall has helped raise lake levels.
It's no secret we needed the rain that last night's storms brought to us, but with the moisture, they also brought strong winds which caused damage in the area.
The Wichita Falls Police Department is warning drivers that the rain conditions have made roads hazardous.
The rainy conditions on Friday meant it was a good day to cloud seed around Wichita Falls.
On Monday, SOAR officials say they shot 14 silver iodide flares.
A Flood Advisory is in effect for parts of North Texas, and authorities said high water has impacted several areas of Fort Worth Monday morning.
We've all really enjoyed the last couple days of rain, but unfortunately, once again, it wasn't enough to give that big boost that our area lakes really need.
This has not been Texoma's typical July, either in rainfall or temperature. The highs are lower and the rain is greater.
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.