An enormous storm system that dumped snow and sleet on the nation’s midsection and unleashed damaging tornadoes around the Deep South began punching its way toward the Northeast on Wednesday, slowing holiday travel.
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.
The Texas Department of Transportation isn’t letting the holidays get them blue. They are already out treating roads as potentially snowy weather moves in.
In an area that gets a mere 3 inches of snow a year, Dallas snowplow drivers live in fear of major winter storms like the one that crippled their city almost two years ago, the week before it was to host the Super Bowl.
It was snowing Tuesday in West Virginia, but the long-term forecast is for partly cloudy conditions with temperatures in the upper 40s for kickoff Saturday afternoon between the Big 12 newcomers.
The Climate Prediction Center has released its monthly update as to what the next month may bring us, weather-wise. The August temperature outlook indicates most of the country will experience temperatures above normal. This is […]
Some light snow fell across North Texas on Sunday night, but look for it all to disappear on Monday before a warm front moves into North Texas on Tuesday.
During Super Bowl week last year, snow plows were brought in from outside North Texas to the roads. This year, we won’t have to rely on other departments for snow plows: TxDOT bought 29 of them, nine of which are housed here.
NO PRECIPITATION OVERNIGHT…JUST COLD The cold front that moved through Thursday evening has left its chilly mark on North Texas Friday. Temperatures are only in the 40s this afternoon with a lot of clouds. We […]
TODAY IS THE FIRST FULL DAY OF WINTER AND IT WILL FEEL LIKE IT LATER TONIGHT TURNING SHARPLY COLDER AND WINDY TONIGHT A cold front has been working its way across North Texas during the […]
Rescuers on Wednesday pulled a Texas family from an SUV that had been buried in a snowdrift on a rural New Mexico highway for nearly two days.
ONE MORE MILD DAY THURSDAY It was nice to see the sunshine today and milder temperatures…we’ll have more sun tomorrow and even warmer readings into the lower 60s over parts of the area. There will […]