After a busy week for electricity companies and tree services, the storms that caused minor wind damage across the region have left the building.
As most people were falling asleep, Mother Nature was starting her day off with a bang!
Summer makes it's first appearance as the first tropical storm forms in the Eastern North Pacific
Friday evening brought dangerous lightning, heavy rains, and a few automobile rescues to Northeast Texas.
As college students prepare to move out, rain could delay them this weekend.
As storm season hits its mid-life, Mother Nature is deciding to prove it in the western counties.
As severe weather develops for portions of our listening area, KETR intends to post information as it becomes available.
Residents in the San Antonio area are cleaning up after a tornado touched down yesterday southwest of the city.
The Monday forecast for Northeast Texas includes a 100% chance of precipitation, and at 10:00 AM, wind chill is 27 degrees F.
Winter weather is prevalent today, but chances are severe thunderstorms could arrive as soon as a few weeks from now.