April 13th was the first time in many months that a tornado touched down in Oklahoma and Texoma.
Rainfall helps with short-term impacts of drought, still a long way to go to ease long-term impacts.
How does a dust storm form and why do we get them in Texoma? All your questions answered here.
According to NBC/Universal's The Weather Channel this March has seen very few confirmed tornadoes.
NOAA has issued an El Nino Watch for Earth, this could be the drought fix we have been waiting for.
Meteorologists knew that May 31st, 2013 could be a big day for severe weather, including tornadoes.
Minimum building code requirements not enough to stand up to strong tornadoes.
Storm spotters are trained weather observers who relay important information about storms that radar can not.
It's almost second nature to take a look at the radar. But how does it work?
High winds. Hail. Even tornadoes. It's a part of life in Texoma every spring and despite the drought, severe weather can still happen.It's our weather team's job to communicate warnings to all of us.
Here is this week's Kids Caster.
Here is the long term drought forecast for Texoma.
Here was this weeks Kids Caster, Taytum Stafford from Wichita Falls.
Initial earthquake rating gets downgraded after analysis.
Here is this weeks Kids Caster from Burkburnett.
Here is a look at the map of wind turbines across the nation and Texoma.
The annual severe storm spotter meeting will be on Sat. Feb. 8, 2014.
One says winter is over another says winter will continue; whom is right?
Here is a look at this weeks Kids Caster.