Storm Team Blog
This afternoon has seen several strong (but not severe) storms move across our western counties. The threat of severe weather continues in this area through the rest of the day and early evening: Tomorrow the […]
We’ve been watching storms far to the west today. These storms are the result of upper-level system that brings storm into our forecast for Easter Sunday.
Happy Friday. Some much needed rain rolled through NTX overnight while you were sleeping but through the rest of your Friday expect dry weather and the sunshine to return. We should normally have nearly 10.00″ of […]
We’ve had a dreary, drizzly day in North Texas as a weak upper level disturbance passes overhead. There will be in ongoing chance of on & off showers throughout the rest of the evening. Rainfall […]
Lake levels across North Texas remain low. Get the latest updates here.
The low this morning at DFW was 35 degrees. Not a record for this date. That stands at 33, set in 1928. But this was the coldest April morning in 11 years. But to be […]
No doubt you’ve felt the bitter north winds blow all day today behind a very January-like cold front here in mid-April. There is a WIND ADVISORY still in effect until 9pm tonight. North winds will […]
A strong cold front swept through North Texas late Sunday night. Conditions are dry, so the story turns to the bitter chill and the strong winds blowing through the area.
Most of north Texas is under a Tornado Watch until midnight: Two cells remain from the dryline storms that started up earlier this afternoon. These are well to the southwest of the metroplex over Erath and […]
We are watching a line of storms that develop along the dryline to the west move toward the metroplex. They are producing hail and strong winds; they have produced T’Storm warnings as they’ve moved east […]
This is what the CBS11 Storm Team wants you to know most of all: tomorrow (Sunday) we have the risk of SEVERE WEATHER. The Storm Predication Center has drawn their black hash mark over the Metroplex […]
High count for Maple and Mulberry today. Click on the image below to make it larger and see the rest.