The city of Austin has partnered with the LCRA to provide crucial flooding information to the public via computers, tablets and smartphones.
A new Hidden Pines fire report also highlights the shortage of local resources leading up to the fire because of other fires at that time.
This is the 7th consecutive season in which the world was record warm; meaning the Earth has been smashing records each season since 2014.
Sleep through the bad weather? Curious what happened? Check out this quick rundown.
The lightning blew a hole on the roof of the student apartment complex Friday night.
The storm that came through Friday night left behind some hail and minor damage.
Severe weather is making its way through the Hill Country, approaching the Austin area.
Lake Buchanan residents fear the recent return of the simple pleasures of a full lake could be short-lived.
Officials with the West Division of the Fort Worth Police Department reported roof and flood damage to their building.
On the past seven days, recent rains have raised the lake levels by 2 feet.
Travis is at its highest level in six years; Buchanan is at its highest level in eight years.
No confirmed tornadoes were reported, but storm spotters saw a funnel cloud drop from a the same supercell thunderstorm that produced the gi…
The emergency management coordinator said only a few homes were damaged during the storm and no one was injured.
The National Weather Service will be getting help from volunteer storm spotters who have been trained on exactly what to look for to provide…
An AFD spokesperson says the department will have two boat teams (made up of six people) and two helicopter technicians for deployment start…
KXAN’s First Warning Weather Team says a waterspout formed over Lake Buchanan on Tuesday morning.
This page will have updates as the KXAN team adds weather updates.
With warmer temperatures already taking over Central Texas, algae has begun to take over some of our area lakes.
While the calendar says it is still winter until March 20, the winter just concluded was extremely unusual.
Jim Spencer recently visited Lubbock to take a closer look at how one of Texas’ worst tornadoes inspired research that is saving lives.