Many in Austin see this rain as an ominous reminder of the massive May flooding.
Many of us may receive heavy, flooding rainfall through early Sunday morning. The main threat comes late Friday through late Saturday.
If you are suffering from allergies right now ragweed is most likely the culprit.
Unless you see a fire, please do not call 9-1-1 to report the smoke.
Wildfires broke out in Williamson and Bastrop counties after a cold front moved through on Tuesday.
With possible red-flag warnings in the next few days, Hays County officials admit they still do not have a wildfire protection plan.
They said pollution from running cars poses a danger to children with breathing problems.
KXAN’s Meteorologist David Yeomans gives you the forecast for the first weekend of ACL.
On Monday night, city officials shed light on what intensified flooding in the Hyde Park area this year. They say fixing the problem will be…
There is a small chance of a tropical system forming off the Texas coast next week. The First Warning Weather team takes a closer look.
Even though we’re not out of the summer heat yet, ERCOT hosted a media conference on Tuesday to discuss its fall and preliminary winter outl…
Tropical Storm Erika lashed Puerto Rico early Friday with heavy rains and wind after killing four people and causing devastating floods in t…
Since the 2011 wildfires, Bastrop County has continually worked on removing ground fuels that could lead to wildfires.
With no rain at Camp Mabry since June, the area has tied 2011’s long rainless streak of 48 days.
NOAA announced the current Pacific Ocean El Niño pattern could become the strongest on record.
Just two weeks after being officially drought-free, portions of the KXAN viewing area were declared to be experiencing severe drought condit…
A prescribed burn will be conducted at Reimers Ranch Park this week.
Buda water customers are asked to change their water habits to prolong the water supply.
On Friday, we’ll all experience a blue moon for the first time in three years.
A new study says 4,500 more Texans will die each year as a result of the heat by 2050.