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Weather Watch

Tornado Watch issued for DFW Metroplex

A Tornado Watch has been issued for central Oklahoma and north central Texas, including the DFW Metroplex. The watch discussion indicates the likelihood of isolated supercell thunderstorms to develop this afternoon with large hail being the primary risk. The storm mode will likely evolve into a large storm complex later this evening and overnight. A low level [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...]

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...]

Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for nearly all of North Texas, until 3:00pm today. A developing line of thunderstorms is approaching from the west, currently located from Mineral Wells through Wichita Falls. This line already has embedded severe thunderstorms, and will continue to gain intensity as it travels twards the DFW Metroplex. Today's primary [read more...]

A Tornado Watch has been issued for Collin, Dallas, Tarrant counties as well as several others across central, east, and north Texas as well as eastern Oklahoma. The SPC has bumped this watch area up to a 10% tornado risk which is certainly worth paying attention to. While most of the metroplex is under a [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...]

Right on time, a Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for the DFW Metroplex until 1:00am CDT. Scattered showers are developing around the area including several within a few miles of Frisco. Isolated supercells are still possible this evening, primary threats remain as wind and hail. URGENT – IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH NUMBER [read more...]

Rain all day Wednesday, thunderstorms in the evening

Previous forecasts are still on track and all of north Texas looks set to receive a healthy drenching from heavy showers and thunderstorms for Wednesday. Currently cloud cover will continue to increase throughout the night as southern winds continue to feed moisture northward, then rain showers will start around the Metroplex close to 10am. The [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...]

Heavy rains likely Thursday and Friday - Flooding possible

The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for the DFW Metroplex including Frisco, from 1pm Thursday through 7pm Friday. The area’s waterways and soil is already very saturated, plus when you factor in the upcoming forecasts, conditions begin to scream Flash Flood. The weather service compared the forecast event to events that [read more...]

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