Strong to severe storms are possible this afternoon and into the evening for the region.
After significantly warmer temperatures settled into the region these past few weeks, the cold temperatures are definitely a wake-up call!
Severe Thunderstorms moved through the region early Sunday morning bringing chilly weather for most of the region, the nightly temperatures are expected to be near the freezing mark by mid week.
The sun is going to be hidden for most of the week as clouds will be present through the weekend.
Mother Nature has been giving North Texas a break from the cold January weather this week, but she plans to change that come Wednesday.
It's the end of January. Temperatures are supposed to be in the mid 40s to 50s, so why are we seeing temperatures in the mid 70s?
Winter has finally set in across North Texas, and it's expected to stay for a while!
Are you dreaming of a white Christmas? Well, you should be! The latest from the National Weather Service says there is a good chance for a winter storm on Christmas Day.
After a cold front moved through last week bring snow to the region, temperatures are expected to warm up again bring highs in the 70s for parts of North Texas this week.
After a rough start for December, it's finally picked up the pace and caught up with our expectations, and thankfully, these temperatures should stick around!
After a chilly week last week, we are back up to higher than normal temperatures for this time of year.
Mother Nature has kept this weekend rain free! But the rain is expected next week.
It's late October, and it still feels like summer in Northeast Texas, but not for long! A cold front is expected to come through later on this week.
After a weekend of showers and thunderstorms, the skies should clear up and give way to sunny skies.
After a chilly weekend across the region, temperatures should be rising in to the mid 80s again by Friday.