A Flash Flood Watch has been canceled for parts of North and East Texas, according to the National Weather Service. It was expected to be in place through 7 p.m.

Shower and storm coverage the rest of today and tomorrow will be isolated to spotty (coverage 20-30%).

Any storms that do develop will be capable of heavy rain that could cause some isolated instances of flooding, but numerous areas of flooding across the viewing area is highly unlikely.

Temps stay well below normal the rest of the week, but back in the 90s for sure the second half of the week.

Isolated to spotty showers and storms possible the rest of the week. Overall coverage is looking low.

Severe Thunderstorm Warnings were issued off and on Sunday evening with some storms triggering wind damage. WFAA reporter Todd Unger shared photos of significant sign damage at two gas stations in Willow Park, a town in Parker County.

Not a good day to be a gas station sign. This time it's Chevron #wfaaweather @wfaachannel8 pic.twitter.com/qvzgwjoghe

— Todd Unger (@ToddWFAA8) August 7, 2017

Thousands of folks in Weatherford, Aledo and Willow Park were left without power. It wasn't clear when it would be restored.