Chief Meteorologist Larry Mowry can be seen weekdays on CBS 11 News at 5, 6 and 10 p.m.
Larry is one of the most distinguished meteorologists in Texas. He has won 9 Lone Star Emmy Awards, including being named Best Weathercaster in Texas 3 of the past 4 years.
Larry has earned American Meteorological Society Certification and has co-authored two research papers on tornadoes and severe weather.
Larry attended Valparaiso University, where he earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Meteorology along with a Mathematics Minor.
He is a proud supporter of the Muscular Dystrophy Association and has hosted the MDA Labor Day Telethon. He also serves on the President’s Council for Lutheran Social Services of Texas.
Larry is married with two daughters.
Big changes are coming this weekend, as North Texas has two cold fronts heading this way. The first front gets here on Friday night with storms and cooler weather.
The warm weather we are seeing now will be replaced with some cooler weather as two cold fronts arrive over the next 6 days. FIRST COLD FRONT = Friday night into Saturday morning SECOND COLD […]
It is not very often we make it into the upper 90s this late in the year. In fact, there have only been 3 times where the high temperature at DFW has been 98 degrees or […]
Temperatures will be heating up over the next few days. Tuesday will be the hottest day this week, with highs temperatures in the mid-90s! The record for Tuesday is 98 degrees.
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.
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% […]
This year in DFW, we are over 10 inches behind average when it comes to rainfall. But, going back to 2010, when the drought started, we are behind by more than 36 inches!
The link has the complete list of lake levels around North Texas. Showing the percentage full and how many feet down.
Fall is finally here for North Texas! I saw a recent survey that showed fall ranked as the favorite season. I think that was because the poll was taken in the summer.
There will be a small chance of rain this weekend, but most of us will stay dry. Each afternoon a few isolated pop-up showers/storms will be possible. But the coverage will be low. SATURDAY MORNING […]
Rain coverage has been relatively low across North Texas the past several days. It has been a different story to the south. Central Texas saw heavy rain and flash flooding yesterday. Lake Travis has gone […]