WATCH: Rural Concho Valley Flooding
SAN ANGELO, TX -- Tens of thousands of acres of farm land in rural Tom Green County were flooded Monday morning as a storm system dumped heavy rains in the eastern portion of the Concho Valley prompting a flash flood warning.
According to the National Weather Servce office in San Angelo, at 6:38 a.m. doppler radar indicated thunderstorms producing light to moderate rainfall across the warned area.
Watch the video of the Wall, TX area from Monday morning:
Farmers in the region are attempting to finish planting cotton but fields remain too wet at this time.
Up to four inches of rain have already fallen from Vancourt to Eden, Millersview, Gouldbusk and Trickam. Flash flooding was occurring across the area Monday.
There is a 30 percent chance of additional rainfall across the area today and Thunderstorms remain a possibility. The primary hazard is flash flooding; however, a few thunderstorms may produce large hail and damaging winds this afternoon and evening, especially across locations along and west of a line from Haskell, to Abilene, to San Angelo, to Sonora.
Thunderstorms are possible across West Central Texas Tuesday through the middle of the week. Some thunderstorms may be strong to severe, especially Tuesday through Wednesday. Heavy rainfall will be the main threat, which may cause flash flooding.
Thunderstorms are expected to develop again Monday night across the region and move from west to east according to the NWS.
The possibility of additional flash flooding remains high across West Central Texas through Wednesday night.
This is a developing situation.
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