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.
Is Winter over or will it go on for another six weeks? Find out the current predictions.
Here is a look at recent earthquake activity in the region over the past seven days.
For the second time in a week the Gulf of Mexico is facing a powerful winter storm.
This weeks' Kids Caster was Tiffany Lincoln.
South Texas, from Houston to San Antonio, facing rare winter storm.
Have you ever wondered what a *RED FLAG WARNING* is or what the fire alert system means? This will answer your questions.
Sunday will be windy and warmer with abundant sunshine. Marginal wind advisory criteria may be met around Texoma with sustained winds near 25 to 30 mph and gusts near 40 mph. For now the NWS will not issue a wind advisory with some uncertainty with the strength of winds mainly in regards to how much vertical mixing will occur. Went near or above model guidance highs thinking good heating will occur due to dry soils across much of the area.
It's going to be a nice sunny day around Texoma with highs above normal