Latest DFW Weather
Severe flooding is what greeted many people this Sunday morning. The heaviest rain fell over Johnson Co. and the Tarrant/Dallas Co. line: Officially 1.68″ of rain fell at DFW Airport, the fourth time this month […]
Rain-soaked North Texas saw flash floods, high-water rescues and motorists stranded on roads overwhelmed by torrential rains Saturday night.
We are under a FLASH FLOOD WATCH thru 6:00pm for our eastern counties Flooding waters continue to impact Johnson county and a flood warning will continue until 2:15pm The rain will move off to east […]
Weather Alert Day – Widespread Rain Expected
Gov. Greg Abbott has declared a state of disaster in Texas counties hit in recent days by severe weather that’s included tornadoes, thunderstorms and heavy rains that brought flooding.
More than a half of dozen small businesses along Mill Street in Lewisville suffered damage Sunday; the storm tore off shingles, broke windows, and punched a hole in the siding at the Mill Street Dinner.
One of the most dramatic scenes played out at the Studio 6 motel near I-35E and Fort Worth Road. The gusts were so strong that it ripped a massive motel sign in half were it was left dangling.
CBS 11 is closely tracking the onslaught of severe storms across North Texas.
A Tornado Watch has been issued for portions of the area until 9:00pm.
Several counties are facing torrential flooding this weekend; meanwhile, the Department of Transportation is warning motorists to avoid driving through water over six inches deep.
A large swath of North Texas has seen flooding, baseball sized hail, thunderstorms, and tornadoes. Conditions this weekend are ripe for storm development.