People in several North Texas neighborhoods are assessing the damage and beginning to clean up after at least one confirmed tornado touched down Sunday night.
Two North Texas school districts have canceled school Monday, and several Dallas and Garland ISD schools are closed because of damage caused by Sunday's severe storms.
Strong to severe storms are possible, as a cold front moves through North Texas tonight. Damaging wind gusts and large hail are possible in strongest storms. Behind the front, brisk north winds dry us out and cool us off to start the work week. We slowly warm up through the week, before another cold front moves through Thursday.
After a quiet Sunday the atmosphere will erupt with widespread coverage of storms. Some even posing a severe threat with damaging wind and hail being the main threat, the tornado threat is low but not ruled out. Things clear up by daybreak with a cool breezy making it feel like fall again. #fox4weather
Expect a warm end the weekend, as high temperatures climb into the mid and upper 80s Sunday. The next cold front moves through Sunday night, bringing a line of showers and potentially strong storms. Behind the front, drier and cooler air moves in to start the work week. Temperatures slowly moderate through the week, before another cold front brings a chance for storms late Thursday into Friday. Another shot of colder air moves in to start the weekend.
Mild weekend, but strong storms ahead of a cold front Sunday night will preceed fall-like temperatures!
80s will escort all of North Texas this weekend, but a cold front looks to bring storms to the area late Sunday night. The late night storms look to linger into the early morning hours on Monday bringing with it the possibility of strong to marginally severe storms. Cooler temps with follow up on Monday with another taste of "fall".
Tropical Storm Nestor formed in the Gulf of Mexico on Friday, threatening the northern Gulf Coast with rising seawater, high winds and heavy rains.
A beautiful Friday is expected...after kind of a chilly start. We're in the 40s and 50s this morning and should be able to warm into the upper 70s and low 80s. Enjoy your weekend!
The National Hurricane Center has begun issuing advisories and warnings ahead of what is expected to be the season’s next tropical system. Tropical Storm or Subtropical Storm Nestor will likely form in the Gulf of Mexico tonight, before bringing rain and wind to Florida this weekend.
Here's your afternoon forecast!
We dropped into the 40s and 50s for most this morning. High clouds filtered in but will likely clear out by the afternoon. High temps will be in the 70s today with plenty of sunshine!
An aspiring North Texas storm chaser is doing remarkably well after nearly being hit by lightning during a storm.
High clouds and a cool north breeze takeover North Texas today. Afternoon temperatures will climb close to 70 degrees. Expect a chilly night as temperatures dip into the 40s tomorrow morning. A slow warm up takes place through the rest of the week. Rain chances return late Sunday with the arrival of another cold front.
Gusty north winds behind our cold front will diminish today, and bring a couple of days in the 70s before 80s return for the weekend!
Our cold front moves through North Texas tonight, bringing some showers and strong storms. Behind the front, brisk north winds usher in cooler and drier air for Wednesday. Expect a slow warm up through the rest of the week. By Sunday night, another cold front approaches North Texas.
Tropical moisture continues to keep us warm, but it will also help the thunderstorm potential this afternoon/evening. Some of the storms could be marginally severe with winds and hail being the main concerns. Cooler, Fall weather returns tomorrow with highs in the 70s.
Scattered showers and a few rumbles are expected tonight, as a warm front lifts northward through the region. Morning showers exit Tuesday, but another round of showers and some strong storms develops late afternoon and evening, as the next cold front moves into North Texas. Behind the front, strong northerly winds usher in cooler and drier air mid-week. A quick warm up ensues, as the weather pattern stays active, with another cold front Sunday night into Monday.
A nice plume of tropical moisture has worked into North Texas from the Pacific Ocean along the sub-tropical jet. This will moisture will interact with an impulse of energy that will be enough to increase the rain chances for North Texas. This will mostly be a light to moderate rain event with pockets of embedded thunderstorms scattered across North Texas. Not a complete downpour, but the better thunderstorm activity looks to be focused just northeast of the metroplex where instability is the greatest. Temperatures will moderate into the mid-80s for Tuesday before our next "cool" front reels us back into the low to mid-70s for midweek.
An active weather pattern continues for North Texas, with another cold front on the way by Tuesday. Ahead of the front, temperatures warm back above normal. Expect highest rain chances east of DFW. Behind the front, a shot of cooler, more seasonal air. Temperatures quickly warm by the end of the week, with another cold front approaching late Sunday.