Latest DFW Weather
The cold quickened the pace of students heading into school Friday morning.
North Texans woke up to back-to-back low temperature records and wind chills ranging from the 20s to the low 30s.
Unbelievably cold for the month of April as temperatures hover in the 40s Tuesday afternoon with a strong north wind. Bundle up tonight if you’re out. Or maybe a fire in the fireplace if you still have any wood (can’t believe I just typed that sentence on April 23).
CBS 11 is partnering with Midland Radio Corporation to offer NOAA weather radios for sale at a reduced price at all Dallas-Fort Worth area Academy, Kroger and Walgreens locations. A portion of the purchase price […]
An early morning storm system hit North Texas Saturday, bringing with it heavy rain, hail and phone outages across parts of Arlington and Grand Prairie.
As North Texans prepare for storm season, the American Red Cross today launched its official Tornado App. The free app, available in English or Spanish, offers access to local and real-time weather information.
A line of fast-moving thunderstorms ripped across North Texas Sunday morning, prompting weather warnings and causing power outages and brief flash flooding.
New York’s airports dug out from under nearly a foot of snow and allowed some flights to land Saturday morning, while Boston’s Logan Airport remained closed.
We’ll have lows drop down to the mid-20′s. There is a chance we’ll see some light snow/sleet fall in our southeast corner late tonight from Palestine over to Athens; likely not enough to make roads a trouble.
While the soaking, and at times heavy, rains are helping relieve drought conditions in North Texas, it’s also wreaking havoc by damaging some roadways.
In just a short while North Texas will start getting the first of what is expected to be drenching rain. That means drivers will need to be extra cautious when getting behind the wheel.
Mother Nature is trying to bring a White Christmas to North Texas and is doing so with a potent storm system that will be a lot of bark with a little bite. And the bark won’t be the snow! It will be the wind.