Numerous roads in Navarro County were flooded early Wednesday with water over the roadways prompting some school closures in Navarro County.
According to the Navarro County Office of Emergency Management, radar trends showed rain ending by 11 a.m. across the area.
“Use extreme caution on secondary roads that are flooded and obey all road closed signs,” the agency stated. “Flooded roads have already begun to recede, but some will remain flooded in runoff areas. Storm rainfall totals range from 3.2 to 6.5 inches across Navarro County. You can find several of our gauges at WeatherLink.com or on the app.”
Another system is expected more rainfall to the area next week.
“We will continue to monitor the possibility of flooding with this next system,” NCOEM stated. “Remember to Turn Around, Don’t Drown if you approach flooded roadways.”
Storm Rainfall Totals as of 11 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 12
Dawson – 5.71 inches
Corsicana North – 3.76 inches
Kerens – 4.12 inches
Richland – 5.92 inches
Blooming Grove – 4.55 inches