UNDATED (AP) - Heavy rain and high winds caused more damage and flooding today in parts of Texas.
At least four weather-related deaths in traffic accidents have been reported since Sunday.
The National Weather Service says the chances of rain and thunderstorms are as high as 90 percent in some parts of Texas today.
Governor Rick Perry has ordered search and rescue teams to be prepared.
In Real County, about 80 miles northwest of San Antonio, officials early today notified campers and people in homes along the Frio River of rising waters.
In Wise County, a storm blew a home from its foundation, ripped the roof off at least one house and caused damage to two other homes. A dispatcher says no injuries were reported.
Officials closed roads in Montague and Wise counties to protect motorists from high waters.
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