In the incident captured on video Monday in Houston, KTRK reporter Steve Campion yells, “Dude, you’ve got to get out of the car!”
A videographer for a TV station in Texas captured the hail storm pelting his house Monday afternoon in an area northeast of Dallas.
The weather has been so cold lately, and that has some people worried about their landscape.
In case you missed it Saturday night, here is the severe weather special!
The WANE WX app has several useful features to keep you informed ahead of incoming storms.
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Thunderstorms rumbled across parts of the South on Thursday, bringing the threat of possible tornadoes, a day after at least seven people were injured when severe storms spawned multiple tornado touchdowns in northeastern Oklahoma.
State drought surveyors will trudge through deep snow Wednesday to manually measure what could be close to a normal Sierra Nevada snowpack for this time of year.
Storms may knock out electricity for days, so make sure your emergency kit is stocked and ready to go.
Do you know your shelter plan during severe weather?
There are important differences between severe weather ‘watches’ and ‘warnings’
The Live Doppler 15 Fury Storm Team relies on the information these people provide when storms strike.
Tornadoes were spotted in the Dayton region Monday afternoon.
After a mild winter, the City of Fort Wayne said it spent $200,000 less on snow removal. overtime and salt.
Residents had hoped that El Nino would drench California with enough water to end the drought that is now in its fifth year.
While some areas of northeast Indiana were spared the wrath of this week’s winter storm, others received lots of snow and that resulted in lots of crashes and slide-offs.
The National Weather Service says the highest snow totals were in Indiana’s Lake and Porter counties, where the storm dumped over a foot.
Forecasters had warned that more than 88 million people were at risk of seeing some sort of severe weather Wednesday. In the Midwest, heavy snow and biting winds led to mass flight cancellations at Chicago airports.
Officials estimate a dozen snow removal machines will be out on the runways once the snow hits.