Wicked Weather Haunts Halloween Forecast

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NORTH TEXAS --  Looks like mother nature decided to dress as “wicked weather” in the wee hours of All Hallows Eve.

Her frightening floods left a driver swamped in Arlington, and in need of a rescue. The rain was a scary sight for our friends out in Navarro County.

They’re still trying to dry out from last week’s flash floods that shut-down Interstate-45.

Back in Big D, DPD cops played super heroes and responded to 430 accidents and 23 danger-high water calls.

The National Weather Service reports about 1 to 3 inches fell across NTX, making 2015 the sixth wettest year on record.

But, no need to fear mother nature tonight; it appears she’s retired her frightful forecast for the night and shouldn’t haunt the ghost and goblins on their hunt for tricks and treats.

 

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