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West Dallas tornado rated eF-2, six other tornadoes around north Texas

Tornado damage consistent with an eF-2 tornado was found in West Dallas during a storm survey conducted by the National Weather Service today. The tornado’s path was one half mile in length, causing significant damage to numerous structures in that area. A preliminary track map shows it crossing the Trinity River and its levees, which should debunk [read more...]

Tropical Storm Hermine & it's effects

Tropical Storm Hermine, a remarkably impactful storm for the DFW Metroplex which sits 550 miles north of the storm’s initial landfall. The storm has brought severe flooding to a 300 mile stretch of central and north Texas, along the I-35 corridor. The worst flood effects are being felt in San Antonio through Austin. Flash flooding [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...]

Tropical Storm Ida nearing landfall in Mobile, AL

Looks like the storm has lost most of its strength after heavy upper level wind shearing and cooler water temperatures in the gulf. The storm has already created about 5 feet of storm surge in eastern New Orleans, areas outside the hurricane flood control systems. The storm will continue to weaken and make a hard [read more...]

Heavy rain impacts around the Metroplex

Now that the heaviest rains are beginning to exist the Metroplex as they move east, I will send a brief update on tonight’s severe weather impacts. Only a few reports of high winds around the area, none of them reporting any damage so far. Several large hail reports in Parker, Tarrant, Denton and Cooke counties. [read more...]

Since moving to Frisco Texas a year ago I have seen the terminology ‘In Texas it takes a flood to end a drought’ used quite a few times, now I understand why that phrase is quite accurate. So far for the month of October DFW Airport has recorded 7.09 inches of rainfall, placing us 4.12 [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...]

Flash Flooding around North Texas!

A band of moderate to heavy rainfall is sitting stationary just south and east of the DFW Metroplex, prompting Flash Flood Warnings and even a high water rescue in the city of Terrell.  Rain totals in these areas since 6 pm Monday are around 2.25 inches estimated, showing that the soil is so heavily saturated [read more...]

Heavy rainfall estimates and upcoming weather

Rainfall is coming to an end for today as the cold front sinks further to the southeast. Flooding isn’t as wide spread or severe as anticipated likely due to the lack of rainfall during the day Thursday, as had been previously forecast. Temperatures for the next several days will be significantly cooler, including lows in [read more...]

Severe weather and flash flooding possible Thursday

Heavy rains and Severe Thunderstorms are probable during the afternoon and evening hours of Thursday. The entire region is still under a Flash Flood Watch with around 2.5 inches of rain forecast the next 36 hours. Additionally the SPC in Oklahoma has our area under a ‘Slight’ severe storm risk with the main risk being [read more...]

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