Unbelievably cold for the month of April as temperatures hover in the 40s Tuesday afternoon with a strong north wind. Bundle up tonight if you’re out. Or maybe a fire in the fireplace if you still have any wood (can’t believe I just typed that sentence on April 23).
The wildflower showing across Texas isn’t expected to be spectacular in the early spring but there could be a rebound before early summer.
Only spotty showers are expected for the Metroplex and much of the northern half of North Texas through the day.
RAIN CHANCES LATER THIS WEEK AND TURNING COOLER… WIND ADVISORY is still in effect until 7pm tonight. Winds have gusted to 41 mph in Fort Worth, Arlington and Denton earlier today. Winds will stay breezy […]
The potential for strong to severe storms arrives toward the late afternoon as the powerful dynamics of the upper level low approach North Texas.
Friday’s weather will be windy and cloudy, and we’re in for a cold and wet weekend.
A cold front will blow into DFW late tonight.
As North Texas braces for another round of treacherous weather, parents are hoping it won’t be as bad as expected.
Rain moved in to North Texas overnight, and the Winter Storm Watch that was in place has been replaced with a Winter Weather Advisory.
Look for mostly sunny skies on Monday, with high temperatures just a little warmer than over the holiday weekend.