A tropical disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico may soon become a tropical storm, then head toward Texas and Louisiana.
The National Hurricane Center says the storm, which formed Monday afternoon, has maximum sustained winds of 40 mph (65 km/h) with higher gus…
Two cyclones are likely to form in the Atlantic in the next few days. The KXAN First Warning Weather team is closely monitoring their develo…
Saturday was the first day this year to hit 100 degrees in central Texas.
After month of looking over viewer photos, videos and matching up radar images, our National Weather Service office is rating the early Apri…
For some individuals, the fans they are gifted are a lifeline.
National Weather Service says 4-inch hail was recorded Wednesday night near Odessa as storms dumped about an inch of rain.
The burn begins at 11 a.m. and will go to 6 p.m., with the bulk taking approximately two to four hours to complete.
The report of golf ball-size hail came from a gas station in west Dripping Springs.
Jon Brewster and his wife have taken some extreme measures to make sure nothing blocks their view.
After three banner years, Hill Country peaches are expected to be smaller and harder to come by this summer.
A weather phenomenon known as a microburst occurred over Central Austin Monday, causing damage.
At the state operation’s center in Austin, 30 state agencies are participating in a training exercise to make sure Texas is ready for a majo…
The Austin Fire Department had a couple of water rescue calls reported around 5:30 p.m. but in all the cases the people were able to get out…
Names get retired when a storm is so deadly or destructive that future use of its name would be insensitive.
It was a tornado so rare — an F5 — there had never been one recorded in our part of Texas.
Several head of cattle survived being swept up in a tornado near Elgin Tuesday.
Severe storms moved east across Central Texas Tuesday evening, pummeling parts of Travis, Williamson and Bastrop counties.
Many folks reached out to KXAN meteorologists today to ask what gives these clouds such a “wavy” shape?
Aaron Olmsted’s dash camera caught the fireball as he was driving eastbound on SH 71 near SH 95 in Bastrop.