While cool air flows into the U.S. from Canada, some areas of the country will be feeling more like fall. However, the drastic shift from warm to cool weather is forecasted to bring heavy downpours and dangerous flash flooding conditions to portions of north-central and northeastern Texas, including the Dallas and Fort Worth Metroplex into Thursday morning.
At Least One Inch of Rain to Fall Per Hour
Although it may be impossible for forecasters to predict exactly what will this storm system will bring, they're warning that life-threatening flash flooding could occur on parts of interstates 20, 30, 35, and 45 near Dallas.
Along with strong winds and hail, at least 1 inch of rainfall per hour is expected. This is enough to easily flood storm drains and quickly overflow dry streambeds.