Five months into 2015 and you don’t need to tell North Texans that we have set some records for our weather this year.
More than a half of dozen small businesses along Mill Street in Lewisville suffered damage Sunday; the storm tore off shingles, broke windows, and punched a hole in the siding at the Mill Street Dinner.
One of the most dramatic scenes played out at the Studio 6 motel near I-35E and Fort Worth Road. The gusts were so strong that it ripped a massive motel sign in half were it was left dangling.
People in Denton had some scary moments as the storm blew through several neighborhoods, ripping off rooftops and fences and sending trees crashing into homes.
A large swath of North Texas has seen flooding, baseball sized hail, thunderstorms, and tornadoes. Conditions this weekend are ripe for storm development.
CBS11 crews spent much of Thursday night chasing storms, damage.
Last month there was a rash of EF-0 tornadoes, with winds between 65 and 85 mph, that hit in five North Texas counties. First there were eight, then 11, and now 15… well kind of.
A band of tornadoes that swept across parts of rural Texas over the weekend flattened buildings, tore the roofs off other structures and forced people to rush for shelter, the National Weather Service said Monday.
Residents and business owners are cleaning up across North Texas after severe storms brought as many as 12 tornadoes and dumped five inches of rain on some areas.
Many residents in Fort Worth are still cleaning up after last week’s storms but they may be in for another round.
Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office reports 1 person dead, multiple injuries after tornadoes hit Oklahoma.
On May 14, 2013, Ennis Mayor Russell Thomas went to sleep with his phone on silent. He woke up around 12:30 a.m. on May 15. “A police officer knocked on my door and said, ‘Mr. Mayor, you need to come downtown. We’ve been hit by a tornado.’”