CBS 11 Storm Team
Christmas Day started with rain and thunderstorms, producing lightning and small hail. By midday the rain changed to snow, which fell sideways in many cases due to the strong winds.
The difference between a 99° or 100° day can be measured in records, tolerance or sweat. But the question has come up: How do meteorologists decide when it’s this close to go with 99° or 100°? Jeff Jamison explains.
Multiple tornadoes threw tractor-trailers in the air, damaged both a Forney elementary school and high school, leveled houses and shut down airline traffic out of Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport as one of the worst storms in years hit North Texas Tuesday.
What was expected to be an afternoon of storms with heavy rain and possible hail quickly turned into tornado emergencies for cities across North Texas. Simultaneous storms in Dallas and Tarrant counties produced what are believed to be multiple tornadoes.
Strong winds ripped a huge metal canopy off of a strip center in Hurst.
Starting Work Week Foggy …thanks to four days of rain that amounted to at least an inch for most North Texans and over four inches for some. A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect until […]
Weather-wise it was a record setting day in North Texas. Widespread rain, totaling between three and five inches, fell in some parts of North Texas.
Texas just finished the hottest June through August on record in the U.S., the National Weather Service said Thursday.
While high winds increased the fire danger across North Texas, people are actually outside enjoying the cooler temperatures.
As Hurricane Irene’s outermost bands of wind and rain began to lash the outer banks of North Carolina more than 2 million people were ordered to move to safer places.
The Dallas-Fort Worth area’s streak of 100-degree days is over — just two shy of the record set in 1980. A line of thunderstorms moved in knocking temperatures down into the 70s and 80s.
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect for all of North Texas until 8 p.m. Scattered storms will be moving across the metroplex through the evening. Storms should be ending by 8 p.m. across Dallas.