Severe weather in Central Texas during Memorial weekend.
A vacation home where several families were staying was swept away by a flash flood on the rain-swollen Blanco River.
Severe storms produced a confirmed tornado in Gray County late Sunday night. One home suffered substantial damage.
Three deaths were blamed on the storms Saturday and Sunday, including two in Oklahoma and one in Texas.
Storms rolled through Kansas in May. Viewers have been sending pictures of what they see in their area.
Evacuations in the Wichita Falls area ordered citizens near the Wichita River to evacuate.
The wet weather that covered the area left many low spots around the city covered in water.
The NWS warned of flash flooding over the holiday weekend in North Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas.
Torrential rains leave Norman, Oklahoma roads under several inches of water.
Tornadoes roared across North Texas, creating widespread damage but leaving no immediate reports of injuries.
A record amount of rain fell in Wichita in the latest round of spring storms.
Forecasters have determined that wind gusts of 75 to 85 mph pushed 34 stopped railcars off their tracks in Lyon County.
Wichita experienced heavy rain and some street flooding Saturday but there were no reported injuries.
In Wichita, a new 24-hour rain fall record was recorded at Wichita Eisenhower Airport of 3.59 inches.
Weather spotters with the National Weather Service have reported numerous types of damage after Saturday’s strong storms swept the state.