Lack Of Sun Spots; El Nino Could Spell Snowy Texas, Dry California This WinterThis number keeps counting upward: the last time the DFW Airport recorded one inch of snow or more: 1,245 days.
2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season Will Be Slightly Above-Average, Researchers SayThe Atlantic hurricane season will be slightly above-average this year, Colorado State University (CSU) hurricane researchers predicted Thursday.
World Meteorological Organization: CO2 levels Surged In 2016The U.N. weather agency warned Monday that carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere increased at record-breaking speed last year.
State Climatologist Calls October Rains "Historic"The Oct. 22-26 rainfall event was the wettest storm on record ever in Texas.
Heavy October Rains Lessen Drought In TexasCorsicana received 21 inches of rain Friday and Saturday. The deluge caused a portion of some railroad tracks to wash out, which led to a freight train derailment.
U.S Drought Monitor: There Is Currently No Drought In TexasAccording to officials with the U.S Drought Monitor, there is officially no drought in Texas.
North Texas Makes History, With The Wettest Year To DateThe rainstorms on July 8 were history making. It’s officially been the wettest year in North Texas to date – but experts say we probably won’t keep the record.
El Nino Still A No-Show In Texas, But In ForecastThe rain-producing weather pattern was expected to arrive in Texas by now, but the outlook for moisture across much of the state through the end of October and into November doesn't look promising.
El Nino Forecast To Help Texas Out Of DroughtEl Nino will raise chances for abundant rain through February, raising lake levels statewide and improving soil moisture.
Will El Niño Bring Rain To North Texas?The words "El Niño" bring hope of wetter times to rain-deprived north Texas. It hasn't happened since 2010, but should we expect a wetter winter?
Is A Drought-Busting El Nino Brewing Out West?North Texas is already nine inches behind in rainfall for 2014. That has home owners bracing for dying lawns, boaters left high and dry at lakes and meteorologists looking at the water in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
Active Hurricane Season ForecastedWeather forecaster William Gray said that he expects a very active hurricane season this year, but he is not yet ready to give the likely number of named storms.