CBS 11 Storm Team
Weather Alert Day – Widespread Rain Expected
Last month there was a rash of EF-0 tornadoes, with winds between 65 and 85 mph, that hit in five North Texas counties. First there were eight, then 11, and now 15… well kind of.
Many residents in Fort Worth are still cleaning up after last week’s storms but they may be in for another round.
A tornado has touched down as part of a severe storm system moving into North Texas that’s bringing with it hail and high winds.
In a further sign of our commitment to weather in North Texas, The CBS 11 Storm Team has been designated “The Most Accurate in Texas” by nationally recognized WeatheRate.
As snow turns into ice, the commute along Interstate-35E from Lewisville north through Denton is treacherous.
Heavy rain in West Texas brings some drought relief.
Thunderstorms are dumping what CBS 11 Storm Team Meteorologists say could eventually be inches of rain across North Texas. Heavy rain, lightning and wind gusts of up to 50 mph are flooding streets and blowing debris about.
We’ve been watching storms far to the west today. These storms are the result of upper-level system that brings storm into our forecast for Easter Sunday.
In this week’s real science we found several 5th graders in Aledo taking the lead. They’re striving to be the scientists of tomorrow.
There’s a chance North Texas could see its first dose of triple-digit heat this year. According to the CBS 11 Storm Team, a summertime high pressure ridge will build over the Metroplex this week, bringing highs up to 100-degrees.
Residents of Granbury aren’t letting May’s deadly storms, which produced tornadoes that hit the community, stop them from celebrating an achievement eighteen years in the making.