In this week’s real science we found several 5th graders in Aledo taking the lead. They’re striving to be the scientists of tomorrow.
Nature’s fireworks are filling the skies tonight as the Perseid meteor shower hits its peak.
The long-awaited Winter Weather Special is here: CBS 11’s group of meteorologists will spend the 6 p.m. hour Saturday exploring various winter topics that will help our viewers and readers anticipate and prepare for what may lie ahead.
A Forney mother struck by lightening two years ago says she still hasn’t completely recovered from it.
We are still expecting some storms to break out in our northwest corner, from Breckenridge to Bowie to Gainesville. There is a very strong cap in place but the dry line along with a low up to the north of us might be enough to break this cap and get some storms rolling. If they go it’ll be from now to 6pm- they’ll quickly develop in severe weather storms producing large hail and strong winds.
2010 saw its share of severe weather events across North Texas. Among the most dangerous threats to human life and property are tornadoes.
Members of the CBS 11 Storm Team traveled to Lubbock Texas to visit with the professors and doctoral students at the world-renowned WISE program at Texas Tech University.
Lightning is brilliant, awe-inspiring and deadly. However, some people have survived a lightning strike.
“I just remember, like, a blue flash” said Terry Brisbin. He has no ill effects from the strike that happened in the late 1970’s.