Separate storm systems crossing the state have inundated parts of North Texas with driving rain, bringing flash flooding but also cooling temperatures.
A line of fast-moving thunderstorms ripped across North Texas Sunday morning, prompting weather warnings and causing power outages and brief flash flooding.
Damage estimates by one trade group put last month’s raging Dallas hailstorm among the worst ever recorded here — early $2 billion. The wreckage has some local homeowners facing an additional as they try to replace damaged roofs.
Stormy weather may be to blame for several Collin County house fires. Investigators believe lightning caused two Frisco fires and three houses in McKinney were struck by lightning, within minutes of each other.
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect for all of North Texas until 8 p.m. Scattered storms will be moving across the metroplex through the evening. Storms should be ending by 8 p.m. across Dallas.
Another round of storms is on tap for today for North Texas, as yet another upper level disturbance pushes in from the southwest.
A powerful line of thunderstorms continues to move east across North Texas. The main threat has been and will be strong winds, up to 70 mph.
Strong thunderstorms swept through North Texas for a second day on Monday, spawning multiple tornadoes that touched down in a 7 county area south of the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
Most of North Texas is under a Wind Advisory until 7 p.m. Filtered sunshine and breaks from the clouds are expected, as temperatures heat to near 90 degrees.
An isolated storm could hit North Texas, but the risk to races at the Texas Motor Speedway appears to be very small.
Thursday morning brought the first springtime storms to North Texas.
Residents in the Lakes of River Trails subdivision spent Saturday staring at the damage left behind after an intense bout of storms hit North Texas.