A storm popped-up over Dallas yesterday afternoon producing strong winds and brief heavy rain. We again put in a slight chance of an afternoon thunderstorm across north Texas. The odds of you seeing rain at […]
The first weekend of June in North Texas was also the hottest weekend of the year so far. Both days logged the hottest days of the year, and that heat continues on Monday.
To put into perspective the weather of late look how the year was going before June started. Yes, the fewest number of days 85° or higher at DFW EVER. Then suddenly we change calendars and […]
North Texas will spend the first week of June draining away the water that is left from May. What will the new month bring, as you flip your desk calendar over to summer?
Attorney General Ken Paxton has toured some flood recovery centers and warned against price gouging and cleanup scams.
Residents around White Rock Lake are getting back to normal. Parking spots at the trails were sparse as joggers came out Sunday to soak up rays — and dodge debris. Now that the water has receded and the winds have calmed, crews are still working to clean up trash and debris washed up along the trails and roads.
May 2015 goes down as a month to remember for the rain and storms. But it will also go down as the 20th coolest May on record based on average temperature.
For the first time in four days: NO Flood Watch in effect for north Texas: We had a round of heavy rain move thru this morning, the largest amounts were logged across Wise, Denton and […]
The Department of Transportation has brought in heavy-duty pumps to draw the water from the depression into the Trinity River. As of Saturday afternoon, North Texas is a mere .69″ away from becoming the wettest month in history.
Dallas gets hit hard with intense storms and flooding — 11 people remain missing — two were found dead Friday. Meanwhile, the Trinity River is nearly 12 feet above flood stage.
The National Weather Service River Forecasters are predicting a second and much higher crest of the Brazos River in Parker County.
Floodwaters submerged Texas highways and threatened more homes Friday after another round of heavy rain added to the damage inflicted by storms that have killed at least 20 people and left 14 missing.