Storm Team Blog
The holiday weekend ended with dry conditions, as high pressure kept storms to the east. The same high pressure system will dominate the Texas weather pattern on Monday.
Get out and enjoy the fireworks tonight. The only storm chance is along the Red River and well northeast of the Metroplex: July and August is the driest run of weather typically here in north […]
The best chance for storms this holiday weekend is Friday afternoon and early evening. We expect daytime heating to turn occasional morning showers into afternoon storms.
Second day of July and today’s weather very much like yesterday’s; hot and breezy with just a few afternoon clouds around. The subtle shift in the upper air pattern (a dome of high pressure has […]
Nice little respite from the heat over this weekend be it every so slight. Lows 90’s were the highs both Saturday and today but low dewpoints (in the upper 50’s this afternoon!)meant less humidity and greater […]
Tropical Depression Bill continues to inch northward on Wednesday morning with sustained winds of 35 mph. Expect moderate to heavy rain bands throughout the day.
Tropical Storm Bill is heading toward the Texas coast on Tuesday morning. Stay updated with the storm’s path with live updates from the CBS 11 Weather Authority.
There is a Tropical Troublemaker trying to organize in the Gulf of Mexico. The hurricane hunters are investigating to see if there is a more defined low level circulation.
Both days of the weekend featured pop-up afternoon storms. Both days ended up with highs in the upper 80’s (breaking a 10-day run of 90’s at DFW) with a pair of the warmest mornings we’ve […]
A storm popped-up over Dallas yesterday afternoon producing strong winds and brief heavy rain. We again put in a slight chance of an afternoon thunderstorm across north Texas. The odds of you seeing rain at […]
The first weekend of June in North Texas was also the hottest weekend of the year so far. Both days logged the hottest days of the year, and that heat continues on Monday.
To put into perspective the weather of late look how the year was going before June started. Yes, the fewest number of days 85° or higher at DFW EVER. Then suddenly we change calendars and […]