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A churning tropical storm has caused little damage so far in Texas, but authorities warned Wednesday that already swollen rivers could overflow their banks and cause more problems for water-weary residents.
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.
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 […]
Amid record-shattering rainfalls and flooding, it’s hard for Texans to think of something like a drought. The fact, however, remains: It will be a problem in the near future. Planners speculate that with Texas’ booming population, preparation for a drought it something we should be taking more action on.
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.
Texas Baptist Men embarked upon Garland Saturday as a part of a post-storm assistance movement throughout Texas. They are going door to door to help out, talk with homeowners, and inspect properties.
North Texas will spend the first week of June draining away the water that is left from May. What will the new month bring, as you flip your desk calendar over to summer?
With the risk of localized flooding from the overflowing Trinity River, the City of Dallas has closed sections of more than 20 roads in area west of Stemmons Freeway (I-35 E), north of Northwest Highway and east of Luna Road and south of Royal Lane. This area will likely be blocked off to traffic through Monday morning’s commute.
A series of severe storms has caused at least $27 million of infrastructure damage in Texas — and that figure is only expected to rise. Roadways in 167 of the state’s 254 counties suffered some form of storm damage in May alone.
Lewisville Lake inched Saturday towards its 100-year flood mark after another overnight rain storm along with additional water flowing into the lake from upstream. The U.S. Army Corp of Engineers closed the lake to boaters out of concern large wakes would flood nearby homes.
For the first time in four days: NO Flood Watch in effect for north Texas: We had a round of heavy rain move thru this morning, the largest amounts were logged across Wise, Denton and […]