Storms brought a lot of lightning and some damaging hail to North Texas overnight. Meteorologist Evan Andrews said the forecast calls for more on Tuesday.
More storms are expected to continue hitting the southeastern United States Wednesday, after days of relentless severe weather has already left several areas with dangerous flooding and tornado damage.
Among those recovering from the tornadoes Monday night is a hero father who risked his own life by covering his child to protect her from the storm while it leveled their Waxahachie home.
The experienced chasers know there are risks in order to witness the incredible storms up close, but it’s unusual they are in the thick of it with storm victims.
The National Weather Service spent the day surveying damage from Monday night after at least five tornadoes ravaged North Texas.
The risk of severe weather continued Tuesday across much of the southern U.S. after tornadoes ripped through parts of the region on Sunday night and Monday — killing at least two people in Georgia.
Crews had to shut down Interstate 35E in Ellis County Monday night after three 18-wheelers blew off the road.
Multiple tornadoes were reported Sunday night across Mississippi, damaging buildings and causing downed trees and power lines.
Some homes in Parker County suffered serious damage because of Wednesday night's storms. Three people were also hospitalized.
Many people in Tarrant County are preparing to file insurance claims because of all the hail damage that came with Wednesday night’s severe weather.
The storm risk has been upgraded to “Enhanced” for parts of North Texas Wednesday afternoon and evening.
Storm chances are still possible across parts of North Texas, but the chances for severe weather have decreased for the Metroplex.
One person was killed after severe weather, including a tornado, caused damage in several communities in East Texas, authorities said Sunday.
The National Weather Service said the downpour left Nashville with its second-largest two-day rainfall in the city’s history.
Residents throughout the South are reeling after severe weather and tornadoes ripped across the region, killing at least five people and leaving behind widespread destruction.
Southern states were hit by tornadoes Thursday amid a dangerous severe weather outbreak which also brought large hail, damaging winds and flash flooding across the region.
It was a noisy night across North Texas with heavy rain, lightning and some hail. There may have also been a tornado in Denton County.
The biggest threat from these storms are rain, hail, high winds, and slight chances for an isolated tornado.
More severe thunderstorms and tornadoes are possible Thursday for parts of the southeastern U.S. after a wave of storms pounded the region Wednesday.
Oncor said nearly 50,000 customers were without power as of 7 a.m. Wednesday and that Dallas County was the most affected in the area.