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.