Latest DFW Weather
Tornado Watch has been issued for our western counties until 8pm. This will likely be expanded later today into the DFW Metro area. A cluster of storms developed late morning over Eastland and Erath Counties […]
What a fabulous day in the wake of yesterday’s storms. The high of 87° was the warmest day we’ve had since last October: Tomorrow could be our first 90° of 2015. But along the dryline […]
It was a night that had it all. While under a Tornado Watch, a powerful line of severe thunderstorms pushed right over the Metroplex between 6pm and 7:30pm.
After Saturday’s storms it’ll be nice to talk about a wonderful Spring day. That would be the forecast for tomorrow: But its’ been a wet start to the year, especially when you consider the historically […]
A cold front arrives from the north on Monday afternoon. This could produce strong storms in our northwest counties, but just some really heavy rain is more likely.
The clouds will start to clear some on Friday afternoon, with a brisk northeast wind the first half of the day. After a high in the low 80s on Thursday, we’ll be in the low 70s on Friday.
A warm, muggy and breezy day in store for north Texas for today. The storm risk is small this afternoon and confined to the northwest counties. Of concern is the nature of the storms, they […]
Monday started out with a light fog, but it will quickly improve to the tune of 80 degrees. However, there is still plenty of rain in the weather forecast throughout the week.
A wonderful Saturday ended with clouds coming in from the southwest. Rain/storms started to move into Brown, Erath and Somervell Counties by end of day. This is the system that makes the Easter Day forecast […]
We have the risk of severe weather for the rest of the evening as a cold front slowly moves through the Metroplex. The air is rather dry so the storms will be rather isolated but […]
We are going to have a great afternoon. Get outside for lunch, if you can. By afternoon, some of these garden beds, ball fields and trails might actually be dried out!