The rainy weather continues to bring troubles to people throughout Central Texas.
From flooded homes to car accidents, the heavy rains mean major stress for many.
Rain is usually a welcome sight in Central Texas.
But as the heavy downpour continued many like Lisa Pease, we're starting to get a little worried about possible flooding.
"It's concerning to me because my friend lives right across the road here and I'm worried about her and her family," said Temple resident Lisa Pease.
She told us that just a couple years ago, rains that started out just like this, eventually flooded her friends home leaving her with almost nothing.
"It took them a long time for them to clean it up so I'm just hoping that they did something right with it," said Pease.
Over the year the City of Belton has cleared out Nolan Creek and built holding ponds to help prevent city flooding.
"No this isn't normal usually its pretty dry," said Pease.
In less than 12 hours Nolan Creek has risen about a foot and as the rain continues to fall there's no telling how high could get,"
But flooding it isn't the only problem brought on by the rain.
Since early this morning Good's Towing and others have been out in full force.
"The towing business is actually quite busy there's lots of wrecks," said Good's Towing owner David Good.
From people getting stuck in the mud, to wrecks caused by wet roads, this 14-truck business has been running non-stop all day.
"I mean you can hit a puddle and hydroplane the car and your out of control," said Good.
And although the gloomy weather is putting a damper on many peoples day, Lisa Pease said there's one thing we should be thankful for.
"We need the rain, I know my garden does," said Good.
Nolan Creek in Belton, which is known for flooding, is up about eight feet from Friday.