News Now: Wild Weather WeekTemperatures across North Texas are going to be up and down this week, with a chance for showers. Find out when it'll be cold, when it'll feel like spring, and when you might see rain.
Afternoon Freezing Rain Advisory Across North TexasToday: Cloudy and cold. 80% chance of rain. High: Near 40, falling into the mid 30s this afternoon. Wind: North 10 mph.
How Cold Is It In Minnesota?It definitely colder up in Minnesota than it is in DFW...but how cold is it?
January Thaw For North TexasToday: A cold start, warming fast today. Sunshine for all! High: mid to upper 40s. Wind: South 5-10 mph.
ERCOT: Winter Peak Electricity Demand Record Broken A new winter peak demand record for electricity use was set last night and this morning due to the extreme low temperatures across Texas.
Coldest Morning Lows In Almost 20 YearsToday: *Hard Freeze Warning: Ends @ 10am Clear and continued cold. High: Low to mid 30s. Wind: Light and variable.
Frigid Temperatures Trail Storm Dropping More Snow On SouthThe South awoke on Wednesday to a two-part Arctic mess. First came a thin blanket of snow and ice, and then came the below-zero wind chills.
TxDOT Getting North Texas Roads Ready For Winter WeatherWinter weather is heading toward to North Texas again and advance preparations are already underway in Mesquite, where TxDOT workers are getting roadways treated early.
Make Sure That You're Prepared For Winter Weather In North TexasWinter weather is returning to North Texas on Thursday, and that could present problems for people who are not prepared. Here's what you need to know before you walk out the door.
Flu Vs. ColdWhat is the difference between a cold and the flu?
Workers Wearing Parkas, Gloves, Blankets To Do Jobs In Chilly OfficesAs much of the nation deals with bitter weather, office workers found that they still had to brave the cold even when indoors. Many relied on parkas, gloves and blankets just to keep working.
Freezing Weather For Texas, Snow From Florida To CarolinasBrutal winter weather that's brought subzero temperatures to parts of the U.S. is threatening to dump snow and ice across parts of the South that rarely see flurries, much less accumulation.