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This is post number 500 for Watching the Skies, an exciting achievement! The pictures here were taken in Frisco, TX during the afternoon of March 21, 2010 after our spring snow storm. [nggallery id=87]

Snowfall totals for our late March snowstorm

This unseasonably late snowfall further increased the 2009-2010 snowfall totals for our area, bringing us within 1/2 an inch of the all-time snowiest winter on record! Additionally the last time this much snow fell this late in the season was March 29 1937! Preliminary snowfall totals listed graphically below. As you can see, the heaviest [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...]

Significant cold weather the next few days

Hey folks, a significant arctic cold air blast will impact the area beginning tonight around midnight and last through Sunday at least. Air temperatures will fall as low as 11 to 14 degrees around the metroplex, with wind chills below zero! Freezing rain is also possible Wednesday night thru very early Thursday morning. The arctic [read more...]

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Snow in the forecast Tuesday

Hey folks… we may see another bout of snowfall to most of north Texas on Tuesday during the day. Current forecasts place us right around within a few degrees of freezing at the start of the event, and just below through the evening and night. This means for around an hour or so Tuesday, the [read more...]

Christmas Day - snowstorm aftermath

Fairly heavy snowfall across parts of north Texas, with at least half of north Texas receiving some type of snowfall. Heaviest accumulations in the region occurred in northwest Texas near Bowie and Jacksboro with 9 inches of snowfall! Area roads have been completely shut down for most of the night. Road conditions will remain trecherous [read more...]

DFW Airport reported 3.0 inches of snowfall As of 6:29pm 12/24/09, DFW Airport recorded 2.3 inches of snowfall, far exceeding the previous record for this date of a trace. Snowfall is starting to end across the metroplex and should be over by 9 to 10pm in all areas. Temperatures are forecast to drop to the [read more...]

1 - 2 inches of snowfall anticipated for Frisco today

Snowfall today is still on track, with around 1-2 inches forecast for Frisco and higher amounts possible north and west of our area. Snowfall is expected to begin around 11am to noon, while surface air temps may still remain slightly above freezing. Snowfall will likely persist for several hours until maybe sundown? Surface air temps [read more...]

Significantly colder weather with a small chance of snow this week!

Hey Texans, looks like the big cooldown is finally here. Weather should remain quiet for the next 12-16 hours or so until a strong low pressure system pushes through north Texas. Since the low pressure will be passing through north Texas, this means we can expect variable weather conditions as the system moves through. Overall [read more...]

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