This is a list of everything you need to know during severe weather.
Here are some helpful links to get you through severe weather.
Last weekend we introduced a new product here in the weather office at KFDX. We'll be using it a lot during severe weather season, and the Weather Wizards would like show you radarscope.
Severe storms with high winds and heavy rain moved through Stephens County.
A wall cloud was spotted just outside Iowa Park.
A resident who has lived through flooding before talks about all the recent rain.
Home surveillance camera captures high winds blowing trees across yard.
At Oklaunion, on Highway 287, a semi truck northbound was no match for the winds there.
Heavy rain caused water to run over streets in Wichita Falls, leaving some drivers stranded.
Wichita Falls city officials say there was no need for sirens to be sounded on Wednesday night.
Oncor and other crews have been working around the clock since Wednesday evening to get power restored to residents in Archer and Wichita Counties.
Storm season is in full swing, and EMSA wants to make sure you are prepared for severe weather.
Home Instead Senior Care is trying to make sure senior citizens are prepared for severe weather season.
Baylor County and the city of Seymour have been recognized as Storm Ready by the National Weather Service.
Parts of Texoma are experiencing power outages due to severe weather.
Authorities say Wednesday night's severe weather caused an 18-wheeler to burst into flames on Highway 287.
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?