Anyone heading outside on Columbus Day will probably want to wear a jacket and gloves, because the DFW area is definitely a lot colder than usual for this time of the year.
Are you enjoying the cold weather? Then you better make the most of Monday, because temperatures will be back above 80 degrees by Tuesday afternoon.
North Texas is waking up to chilly temperatures on Wednesday morning, but that will soon fade as the rest of the week looks to be nice and warm.
There is going to be a short, sub-freezing chill — what you’d expect in January — before North Texas gets back to warm, unseasonable temperatures.
The year is only 13 days old, but still, this is the coldest morning of 2012 for North Texas… by one degree.
North Texans awoke on Thursday to some very chilly temperatures. CBS 11 News meteorologist Garry Seith takes a look at the weather forecast.
North Texas dipped below the freezing mark on Wednesday morning, with temperatures in the lower-20s. Winter has definitely arrived.
The weather got even colder on Friday morning, as temperatures across North Texas dipped dangerously close to the freezing mark.
We will be dealing with clouds and windy conditions on Monday. South winds will gust to 30 mph late in the afternoon.
Rainy days and Mondays? Not exactly – more like cloudy Fridays. There are rainy days in the forecast though.
Wednesday’s winter storm packed little punch compared to last week’s tandem storms.
Many people will be struggling to stay warm on Thursday. This means that rolling power outages could potentially return.