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Denton County TX

The National Weather Service indicated a minimal chance of thunderstorm activity around the Red River tonight for the past week, but all the latest model runs showed that to be hardly worth mentioning. Now as of 12:40am CDT, an Severe Thunderstorm Warning was issued for Denton County, just north of the Metroplex. Gotta love that [read more...]

The latest damage surveys conducted by the National Weather Service confirm 8 tornadoes from around north Texas on May 24. This includes one tornado in Denton County which affected Argyle, Denton, and Corinth. Read below for details. …Damage survey update for the may 24th storms… National Weather Service crews spent the day conducting additional damage [read more...]

Rotation tracks and tornado damage from the 5/24/11 storms

I created a map of approximate mesocyclone tracks based off high res radar data in Fort Worth. I will continue adding tornado damage reports in as the National Weather Service conducts it’s damage surveys. Click here to view the complete map. So far there have been two tornadoes known to occur within the Metroplex. One in Irving, [read more...]

Preliminary storm reports from around the Metroplex

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Particularly Dangerous Situation (PDS) Tornado Watch issued

PDS Tornado Watch # 356 has been issued for all of central Oklahoma and parts of north central and north west Texas. Storm initiation is expected by 2 – 3pm CDT, and move ENE at 25-30kts. This means the DFW Metroplex and I-35 corridor is likely to be affected by 5-8pm CDT. URGENT – IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED [read more...]

Flash Flooding around the entire DFW Metroplex

Hey group… its been awhile but the weather conditions today merit an email… By now we are all aware of the heavy rainfall affecting the region, but may not be immediately aware of the flash flooding occurring around the region. Right now, several flash flood reports have come in from the area, including Plano, Dallas, [read more...]

Severe Thunderstorm Watch for north Texas

A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for parts of north central Texas, including the DFW metroplex, expiring at 10pm. Thunderstorms are developing inside a destabilizing air mass along a cold front moving eastward. The storms arrival now brings it through the region within the next 2 or so hours, or before 5:30 to 6:00pm. [read more...]

Daily snowfall record shattered for DFW!

February 11, 2010 broke the all-time snowfall record for any calendar day and any 24-hour period with 11.2 inches of snow, as of midnight. This surpasses the previous daily record of 1.4 inches on Feb 11, 1988. This also exceeds our 24-hour record of 7.5 inches on Feb 17, 1978 and Feb 25, 1924. Lastly [read more...]

The latest from the National Weather Service, snowfall today now shatters the previous record at DFW Airport. A whopping 7.9 inches 11.2 inches of snow has fallen today 2/11/10, surpassing the previous single calendar day record of 7.8 inches set on 1/15/1964 and 1/14/1917.  The real kicker, snowfall is set to continue for a few [read more...]

Flash Flooding across the Metroplex

Several Flash Flood Warnings are issued for Tarrant, Denton, Collin, Grayson, Cooke and other counties around the area. A band of very heavy rainfall has fallen creating flooding conditions most notably around Fort Worth where several high water rescues have been taking place after motorists get stranded in high waters. Additionally the Trinity river at [read more...]

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