Massive amounts of rain fell in the Dallas-Fort Worth area over the course of 18 hours due to thunderstorms.

Judge Clay Jenkins of Dallas County has proclaimed the area to be in a calamity

Jenkins has also requested assistance from the authorities

There was 6 to 10 inches of rain across the majority of the Dallas-Fort Worth area

The flash floods, which can be fatal in some circumstances

In the coming week, thunderstorms are anticipated to persist.

Only the Dallas Fire Department has responded to numerous auto accidents.

Extreme drought has been affecting a sizable area of the state for several months.

Texas has experienced an approximately 7% increase in rainfall intensity since 1960

North Texas flooding is starting to subside, while Central Texas is now receiving the strongest rainfall