Heavy October Rains Lessen Drought In TexasCorsicana received 21 inches of rain Friday and Saturday. The deluge caused a portion of some railroad tracks to wash out, which led to a freight train derailment.
Heavy October Rains Lessen Drought Conditions In TexasNew data shows heavy rains this month across much of Texas have significantly improved drought conditions in the state.
Drought, Other Factors Contribute To Larger Texas WildfiresLarger, more threatening wildfires are occurring at greater rates as Texas faces drought, development and changes in how land is used.
Despite Spring Rain, Drought Returns To North TexasThe summer months, and scorching heat, brought with it no rain.
Dangerous Dams In North Texas? Some Don’t Have Emergency Action PlansThe bigger lakes have huge dams. All regulated and inspected. All declared safe with the proper paperwork on file. But its the smaller ones that can also put property at risk.
Droughts, Floods Make Life Challenging For Lakeside HomeownersNo matter where you live in North Texas, chances are there's a lake nearby.
Over 120 Days Of Flood Stage On Lake Grapevine
Wild Cycle Of Drought & Floods In North TexasYears of brutal drought, parched lawns, dried-up streams and low lake levels. Then, suddenly, drenching rains, rivers in spate, and deadly rushing, rising waters.
Dozens Of North Texas Counties Now Classified As Abnormally DryAfter weeks with no rain, forecasters say conditions are now classified as "abnormally dry" in several North Texas counties, including Dallas and Tarrant.
U.S Drought Monitor: There Is Currently No Drought In TexasAccording to officials with the U.S Drought Monitor, there is officially no drought in Texas.
Drought, Then Rain, Toppling Texas TreesThe extended drought that Texas was in had weakened the trees. Then, with all the recent rain we had received, the trees became heavy and saturated -- and toppled over.
Texas Faces Drought Danger Amid Population BoomAmid record-shattering rainfalls and flooding, it's hard for Texans to think of something like a drought. The fact, however, remains: It will be a problem in the near future. Planners speculate that with Texas' booming population, preparation for a drought it something we should be taking more action on.