Arctic Cold Front Brings Cold Rain To North Texas, Will Drop Temperatures Near Freezing OvernightA blast of winter weather is spreading across the country today, including here in North Texas. Thanks to an Arctic cold front, temperatures will be running up to 25° below average.
DFW Weather: October Changes Gears, You Change WardrobesNorth Texas is already seeing big temperature changes and more is expected next week. Time to change wardrobes!
Ice & Sleet Fall Early In Some North Texas CountiesForecasters say parts of northwestern Texas could see between 4 and 8 inches of snow.
Winter Weather Has Some North Texas ISDs Canceling Classes Or Starting LateWednesday’s winter weather isn’t expected to seriously impact the Metroplex, so classes in most of the larger ISDs will have normal hours today.
Winter Storm Heading To North Texas Could Bring Freezing Rain, Sleet & SnowThe National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning and Winter Storm Watch from Wichita County to the northwest, to Tarrant County to the southeast.
North Texans Should Get Prepared To Drive In Winter Weather Wednesday MorningThere are some things you should do (before you get in your vehicle and while behind the wheel) before setting off onto the roadways during winter weather.
Severe Weather, Including Hail And Tornadoes, Possible Across North Texas Until 10PMA strong cold front is bearing down on North Texas, but ahead of it widespread storms could turn severe -- with hail, tornadoes and near hurricane force winds possible.
DFW Weather: North Texans Experience Cold, Messy Conditions On TuesdayA cold rain continues to fall for much of North Texas this Tuesday morning. There have been isolated incidents where sleet pellets are mixing in, but for most, it's just rain.
Allergy Sufferers Beware: Mountain Cedar Misery Starts EarlyNorth Texans expecting a longer break from the Mountain Cedar should brace for some bad news: an unruly cousin is here and already causing trouble.
DART Rail Line Delays Persist In Freezing WeatherAccording to DART, the extreme cold causes the overhead power lines to contract and break loose.
Professionals Share Heating Safety Tips To Prevent DisasterExperts recommend you never leave space heaters unattended, especially when there are children or pets running around.