Some powerful storms pushed through North Texas on Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning, leaving a trail of damage behind them. One of the hardest hit areas was Garland.
Separate storm systems crossing the state have inundated parts of North Texas with driving rain, bringing flash flooding but also cooling temperatures.
After a string of 100 degree days in North Texas, a change in the weather pattern is on the way, that will help cool off our temperatures and provide us with a chance of rain […]
Hot and dry weather continues to be in the forecast for the week ahead, but could rain be in store for the area this weekend?
Massive flooding from torrential rains in the San Antonio area left at least one person dead Saturday and sent emergency workers rushing in boats to rescue more than 100 residents stranded in cars and homes.
The wildfire that started burning near Possum Kingdom Lake on Monday is now under control, but attention has turned to another serious (and related) problem — drought.
Temperatures on our Monday have warmed into the mid to upper 80s thanks to sunshine and dry air. It stays warm tomorrow before rain chances arrive on Wednesday cooling us down.
Residents say erosion from Dudley Branch Creek is cutting into their back yards and they feel their homes will slide away.
1.6 million people will have to brace themselves for June 1st when cities from McKinney to Mesquite to Royce City will go to Stage-3 water restrictions which means just once a week for sprinkler’ed lawns.
The game between the Texas Rangers and Chicago Cubs scheduled for Wednesday night has been rained out.
A Texas wildflower expert says intermittent rains throughout the spring should benefit wildflowers that are set to bloom later this month and in early summer.
Nearly all of Texas is in drought, threatening severe water restrictions in some parts of the state and another record-setting dry spell if spring rains don’t materialize.