Texoma reaches Stage 5 drought for first time since 2006.
This weeks drought information shows that Stage 4 drought blankets every county in the area. But did any county upgrade to 5? Find out here...
Wichita Falls broke the all-time record high for the month of April on Monday the 18th.
Even with the rain that we saw on Sunday night, there was an upgrade to the drought map.
This week's drought information showed minimal change keeping a majority of Texoma in a Stage 4 "Extreme" drought.
Wichita Falls reached a new record on Wed. of 100 degrees making this the second earliest in history.
The number of chard acres has gotten then attention of the state. Now, they mobilized their resources to battle the blazes.
Sunday's dryline passage was marked by a wind shift and strong heating. Temperatures reached above 100 for the first time and made Texoma the hottest place in the nation.
New drought info. shows the areas of "Extreme" & "Severe" drought now encompass all of Texoma and rain forecasts remain minimal.
The list of Texoma counties under a 'Burn Ban' continues to grow as lack of moisture delays dormant vegetation from activating growth. Click here to see if your county is on the list.
People in Texoma are hoping for rain each day, but so far the skies have not opened. This has resulted in some locations reaching Stage 4 "Extreme" drought. Look for your county here.
In part III we explore why sometimes the forecast doesn't turn out as expected and we discover the function of a PDS Tornado Watch.
In part II we learn how SPC creates their risk assessment for severe weather and tornados. And, we break down what slight, moderate & high risk should mean to every Texoman.
Severe weather season is here and understanding how our team develops their severe weather forecast is crucial. Met. Bryan Rupp takes you behind the scenes at the Storm Prediction Center to understand how our team uses this resource.
Terry Porter, Engineer KFDX TV 3 demonstrates how to connect your new DTV converter box.
Jefferey Lyons reviews Brendan Frasers new movie "Inkheart" coming to theaters this weekend.
Two organizers of the 1st Guitar Trade Show in Wichita Falls stop by to promote the event and tell us why they wanted to bring it to Texoma.
We give a preview to CNBC's exclusive look at the marijuana industry in the United States and how it influences our economy.
The 2008 Leadership Wichita Falls Class plans to sell character banners to local businesses and organizations and will display them around town.
Erin tries to take out "Hot Shot" Branch when he stops by the morning show to show off his skills.