Parts of North Texas remained under a Tornado Watch following late afternoon thunderstorms which pounded area counties Monday (11/10).
A long line of showers and thunderstorms stretched from Sherman southwest to near Brownwood and kept storm chasers busy.
Some of the storms were forecast to rotate, producing short-lived tornadoes, large hail and wind gusts in excess of 60mph.
Parts of Parker, Hood, Erath and Denton counties saw more than 3 inches of rain. The heaviest rain has fell just south of Santo in southern Palo Pinto county. There were reports of water over the roadways near I-20 and Hwy 281.
Forecasters say most of the rain and storms will gradually come to an end during the morning hours on Tuesday.