Chief Meteorologist Larry Mowry can be seen weekdays on CBS 11 News at 5, 6 and 10pm.
Larry is one of the most distinguished meteorologist in Texas. He has won 9 Lonestar 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.
There is a lot of red showing up on the drought map for North Texas. Much of Dallas County has slipped into the Extreme Drought category. Take a look at the latest update.
Do you plan on hitting the lake this weekend? Unfortunately, this has been a very dry year across North Texas. Here are the latest lake level departures in feet.
Count yourself lucky if you see rain, but at least there’s a chance!
There will be small rain chances the next couple of days in North Texas. Coverage will be low around 20% so most of us won’t see any rain. These spotty showers/storms will bubble up in [...]
Hot, windy and muggy today with temperatures climbing into the 90s.
Monday’s high temperature in DFW was 96 degrees. It will be cooler on Tuesday, but still very hot, muggy and breezy. Take a look at the Tuesday weather forecast for North Texas.
Do not get too excited about these rain chances, coverage will be very low. But there will be the chance of a few isolated showers and storms the next couple of days across North Texas. [...]
A little hotter this weekend than what we have seen the past two days. Temperatures on Saturday will climb into the low 90s and we can expect the same on Sunday. It will be humid [...]
We all know that it has been dry this year. But as of last Friday, it is now the fifth driest start to a year on record. DFW has seen just over eight inches of rain all year.
It is a warm and muggy afternoon, and there is a small chance of a few isolated thunderstorms this afternoon. The storm chance is coming from what is leftover from last night’s storms. There is [...]
The rain this morning stabilized the atmosphere and helped reduce the threat of storms this afternoon in the DFW area. Although the rain felt like it stuck around much of the morning, it didn’t fill [...]
A few counties have been cleared from the Tornado Watch. Those counties removed are Eastland, Palo Pinto and Stephens Counties. The counties shaded in red continue to be under a Tornado Watch until Midnight. [...]