People canoe through floodwaters in Houston on Saturday, May 30. Torrential rains have given Texas the wettest month on record, according to Texas A&M climatologists. In all, 37.3 trillion gallons of water have fallen over the state in May, the National Weather Service said.
Floodwaters surround a house near the San Jacinto River in Kingwood on May 30.
A truck is partially submerged in floodwaters near Houston's Bear Creek Park on May 30.
The Trinity River swells west of downtown Dallas on Friday, May 29.
Lake Lewisville floods a park in The Colony on May 29.
Butch Neuenschwander, right, looks for things to salvage from his RV, which was flooded in San Marcos, Texas, on Wednesday, May 27.
Workers in Midlothian, Texas, try to relieve pressure from the dam at Padera Lake on May 27.
On Tuesday, May 26, a Wimberley man walks past a cabin that was torn from its foundation days earlier.
Roberto Salas, left, and Lewis Sternhagen check on a flooded car in Houston on May 26.
Members of the Texas National Guard search for bodies on the banks of the Blanco River after flooding in Wimberley on May 26.
Vehicles in Houston are stranded on Interstate 45 on May 26.
Clothes and other relief supplies are gathered at Wimberley High School on May 26.
Nayeli Cervantes carries her friend's daughter through the floodwaters outside their Houston apartment on May 26.
The cement stilts of a family's home in Wimberley are all that remain on Monday, May 25. The home was swept away by floodwaters a day earlier.
Lucas Rivas looks into a flooded store in Austin, Texas, on May 25.
Rescue personnel grab the the hand of a man who was stranded in rushing water in Austin on May 25.
Janie Bell helps her neighbors in Wimberley search for possessions after their vacation home was destroyed in a flash flood on May 25.
A shopping center is submerged in water in San Marcos on Sunday, May 24.
The Fischer Store Road Bridge near Wimberley was destroyed in flooding on May 24.
Heather Williams and Jayden Martinez Corpus assist the Villegas family in clearing flood-damaged furniture from their home in San Marcos on May 24.
David Barry consoles his 5-year-old daughter, Marley, while she tries to sleep in a flood evacuee room created at the San Marcos Activity Center on May 24.
The remains of a home that was taken off its foundation are seen along the Blanco River in Wimberley on May 24.
A large tree rests on the Highway 12 bridge over the Blanco River in Wimberley on May 24.
Retha Norris, Ally Smith and Christina Norris, all seated in the canoe, are rescued by firefighters on May 24 after they clung to a tree in Kyle, Texas.