Expect a stormy afternoon and evening.
As of 4 p.m. storms were popping up around Dallas-Fort Worth. More storms should arrive over the next few hours, the National Weather Service says.
Storms could be strong. Gusty winds, lightning and heavy rainfall are possible, the weather service says. Two systems are affecting Dallas-Fort Worth -- one coming in from the northwest, the other coming from the south.
The weather service warns that the rain in downtown Dallas could cause street flooding through the rush hour.
Tuesday's rain comes after rounds of rain on Sunday and Monday.
Warnings, watches and advisories
An urban and small stream flood advisory is in effect until 5:15 p.m. for southern Dallas County. This includes downtown Dallas, Cockrell Hill, south Irving, Lancaster and the Wilmer-Hutchins area.
A severe thunderstorm warning is in effect for western Denton County and southeastern Wise County until 5:45 p.m. A severe storm was detected that could produce quarter-size hail and winds in excess of 60 mph.
A flash flood warning is in effect for Tarrant County until 6:30 p.m. There's heavy rainfall along a line from Lakeside to downtown Fort Worth to Pantego, the weather service says.
Here are some scenes from Fort Worth this afternoon:
Water is beginning to recede but vehicles (unoccupied) still trapped under water -Morningside @ Main St pic.twitter.com/twJDKd0jGB
— Fort Worth Police (@fortworthpd) June 24, 2014
Here's a live, updated radar from the National Weather Service