Latest DFW Weather
Amusement parks turned into water parks and roads turned into rivers overnight: Severe storms continue to batter Texas, from the border of Oklahoma to the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Counties just north of Tarrant and Dallas including Denton and Collin county are under a TORNADO WATCH until 2:00am:
The CBS 11 Storm Team has issued a WEATHER ALERT DAY.
Residents near Lake Lewisville are bracing themselves for its waters to spill over onto roads this weekend.
One and perhaps two tornadoes have struck the old North Texas resort town of Mineral Wells, and initial reports indicate widespread damage.
Tense moments south of Dallas after several peole in the area reported seeing what appeared to be a funnel cloud touch down in the area.
Cleanup continues as a severe weekend storm overflowed lakes, damaged structures, and turned roads into rivers. Dallasites were taking pictures of the spillway at White Rock Lake as if it’s Niagara Falls.
Intense rains pummeled parts of North Texas Saturday night, causing a rash of flash floods that left many Johnson County residents scared and stranded.
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 […]