With more rain in our forecast throughout tonight and into the week the national weather service is issuing a flood warning for the Rio Grande affecting Webb County and its levels are already rising. As of 8:15 tonight the government website measure levels in the river at 8.2 feet, a foot higher than this morning. Eight feet is considered flood stage; according to the government site it's at 8 feet that minor lowland flooding occurs, reaching lower sections of the customs parking lot. Significant rainfall over the last several hours may potentially result in rapid rise to about 9.2 flooding. Still that is nowhere near the major flooding that occurred back in 2010 when over 100 people were left temporarily without homes. The government website points out that water levels should once again drop down by Monday afternoon, but keep it here on KGNS we'll keep you updated on the latest.