Flash Flood Warnings in effect for North Texas

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Rainfall coverage will be wide-spread by late afternoon and early evening reaching almost 70% of the area.

People in areas with a flash flood watch in effect are advised to take precautions when traveling and prepare in the case a flash flood occurs. Expect the possibility of flooding along regional streams and creeks, as well as in normal low lying areas. This could lead to some high water issues in spots and it's something to be on guard for as we head through this time period.

The remains of tropical depression Gordon will reach the Golden Horseshoe late Sunday, it says, with rain lasting through Monday.

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There is a potential barrier for the heaviest rain and that is the cool, dry air that will be working into the region from the north from high pressure there.

Over the last seven days, parts of northwestern Travis County, southern Burnet County and northern Blanco County have recorded 6 to 7 inches of rainfall.

Many areas could see two to four inches of rain - with local amounts of five inches or more - from Saturday night and into Monday morning, according to the NWS. Clouds look to hang tough as well, keeping temperatures in the upper-60s and low-70s this afternoon.