Tuesday night’s storms may not have been considered severe by meteorologists, but don’t tell that to residents who have property damage or have lost everything.
ISOLATED EVENING STORMS… THEN VERY HOT AND DRY FOR THE WEEKEND AND NEXT WEEK… A few isolated storms have popped up along the Red River this afternoon. They are very isolated and likely will stay […]
Talk about a scary moment at Rangers ballpark on Sunday when mother nature showed who was in control – with a gigantic clap of thunder!
During the storms on June 13, some places saw hail stones the size of baseballs. But what causes a piece of hail to grow that large, and cause so much damage?
As severe weather rumbled through North Texas on Tuesday afternoon, Rangers catcher Mike Napoli captured natures fury on video as it passed over Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
At 5:40 p.m., Oncor reports 16,000 D/FW customers are without power.
Spotty showers will continue through Wednesday evening and overnight as strong south winds continue to transport Gulf moisture northward over our area.
The largest solar storm in five years is racing toward Earth, threatening to unleash a torrent of charged particles that could disrupt power grids, GPS and airplane flights.
Weather-wise it was a record setting day in North Texas. Widespread rain, totaling between three and five inches, fell in some parts of North Texas.
As Hurricane Irene’s outermost bands of wind and rain began to lash the outer banks of North Carolina more than 2 million people were ordered to move to safer places.
Starting Saturday night through Monday, showers and thunderstorm look likely for much of the area. A good soaking rain will be possible.
The skies are clearing over DFW, watch temperatures leap into the upper 80’s as wind gust pick up to the 40mph range. The cap is firmly in place, we are not expecting storms until a cold front gets close enough to break it. That’ll be late tonight, after midnight likely.