Latest DFW Weather
A small, but potent upper level disturbance moved across North Texas early this morning, triggering strong thunderstorms for parts of the area. The strongest storms produce quarter size hail and flash flooding, mainly east and southeast of the DFW Metro.
It will be very comfortable this weekend, with cool nights and mild to warm afternoons.
Thursday’s severe storms provided a scary wake up call for students at Arlington Baptist College.
Piles of crumbled bricks now lie scattered and the roof and wall of the old Stagecoach Hotel are gone.
Residents in east Fort Worth and west Arlington have a long evening of cleaning up after severe thunderstorms pounded neighborhoods Thursday afternoon.
Severe thunderstorms packing winds of up to 90 mph tore through the Dallas-Fort Worth area, causing widespread tree damage and leaving up to 125,000 electric utility customers in the dark.
A look at the damage from Thursday’s storms via social media.
A really warm start to October! Highs today were in the 90s. Average high for this time of year is 83. A cold front arrives tomorrow and brings with it a chance for strong to […]
North Texas ended September on a dry and hot note. It was the driest September on record. We saw only .06 inches of rain in the month. But rain is in the forecast for Thursday.
Here is a look at your Saturday forecast.
Temperatures this weekend will be warm with highs in the upper 80s and low 90s both days. There will be just the smallest chance of a shower on Saturday. SATURDAY Partly cloudy with a 10% […]