The free class teaches people how to interpret severe weather events.
It’s almost storm season in Northeast Texas, and with storms comes high winds, and another killer, lightning.
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.
Winter is almost out of the picture for most of us in the region, and that means that Spring is on its way! But with Spring comes storm season, are you prepared? Here's some tips and information to keep you and your family safe this season.
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.
With warm weather in the region, storm development is more likely as a front will move through Tuesday afternoon/evening.
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 is here, and so are the perfect pictures! With snowy branches, lampposts in the snow, and drivers trying to make their way to their destinations there are many photos we would like to share!