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Tornado sirens are a common sight across North Texas and, despite newer technologies like cell phones and weather radios, many local government officials still believe that these sirens have a place in the community.
This last rain helped our low water supplies, but it left many wanting more.
Christmas Day started with rain and thunderstorms, producing lightning and small hail. By midday the rain changed to snow, which fell sideways in many cases due to the strong winds.
Mother Nature is trying to bring a White Christmas to North Texas and is doing so with a potent storm system that will be a lot of bark with a little bite. And the bark won’t be the snow! It will be the wind.
A man thought to be in his mid-40s was critically injured Wednesday morning after getting crushed inside a trash truck.
According to a new list, Tarrant County is first in the state when it comes to number of hailstorms.
At a time when most people in North Texas are asleep, Fort Worth residents were rattled out of a deep slumber. Just after 1:30 a.m. Thursday morning, all 153 of the outdoor warnings sirens in in the city of Fort Worth suddenly went off simultaneously.
Utility officials said that about 15,000 homes and businesses in North Texas are still without electricity after a series of overnight storms.
Storms across North Texas have knocked out power to thousands of homes and businesses. Oncor reported more than 22,000 customers without electricity on Monday morning.
Avoiding direct sunlight is just one part of solid advice in dealing with this heat. How about turning that into a fashion tip?
Devastating tornadoes hit Alabama and Missouri last year, making for the deadliest tornado season in 70 years. But both of those states are outside of the traditional Tornado Alley.
wo isolated storm cells dumped baseball sized hail over portions of the Dallas/Fort Worth Area Wednesday, damaging skylights at NorthPark Center and delaying flights at DFW Airport.