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Water, Water Everywhere: DFW Weekend Weather By The Numbers

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DALLAS - It was a weekend of wicked weather, but that's become the new normal for north Texas. Since Thursday, the National Weather Service in DFW says there`ve been 44 flash flood warnings, 46 tornado warnings, and 107 severe thunderstorm warnings.

The good news: Lake levels are way up across the metroplex; Lake Bridgeport has risen eight feet and counting.

But a lot of that water had nowhere to go, resulting in severe flooding. The Texas Guard had to rescue several folks near Krum trapped in their homes by the quickly rising water.

For now, water-logged is the word of the week and there doesn't seem to be any relief in sight. There's more rain in the forecast, so if you're planning on going outside, you might need a bigger boat. It`s a zoo out there.