National Weather Service

Power had been returned to nearly all but about a dozen Northeast Texas homes as of Wednesday afternoon, hours after overnight storms left more than hundreds of homes in the dark.

While the storms moving through North Texas have not affected KETR's listening area in a severe way, we'll keep up with the latest here. Of course, we'll be on the air as soon as a severe weather situation presents itself, as always.

Photo by Patrick Marsh, National Severe Storms Laboratory

KETR's General Manager, Jerrod Knight, lived and worked in Woodward, OK radio and television for two years, from 2005 to 2007.

KETR monitoring severe weather possibility

Apr 15, 2012
National Weather Service - Ft. Worth Office

Follow KETR on the air at 88.9 FM and on twitter @ketrradio for the latest severe weather coverage Sunday throughout the listening region.

Tornado count hits 14

Apr 5, 2012
National Weather Service

FORT WORTH - The National Weather Service has added to its number of confirmed tornadoes to strike the region as they continue to survey the damage. 

Remembering April 2, 1982

Apr 2, 2012
Al Moller, National Weather Service

It was 30 years ago Monday that multiple lives were forever changed as a deadly tornado ripped through Lamar County. 


FORT WORTH - With less than a few SKYWARN meetings left this season, officials say participation has already exceeded totals from 2011 and set a new record for the program.