FOX 7 meteorologist Adaleigh Rowe has a look at your forecast for the first week of school, which is expected to start hot but possibly end wet.
Southern Texas is in for quite a soaker. How does the low pressure to the south affect us here in Austin? Also, there are some changes to our weather pattern for the second half of next week. Meteorologist Adaleigh Rowe shares the details.
We're still looking at a few days of triple digit heat over the next week, but there are slight rain chances in the forecast. FOX 7 meteorologist Adaleigh Rowe has more.
Researchers say a massive flood could be "California's other Big One." New data from UCLA researchers say climate change has doubled the chance such a flood may happen.
A slow-moving low-pressure system is moving in the Gulf, but how will it affect us here in Austin?
We are keeping an eye on a low-pressure system in the gulf. How will it affect us here? Meteorologist Adaleigh Rowe shares the details.
As of 8 p.m. Friday, the Bastrop County Office of Emergency Management says the fire burned about 700 acres and is 35 percent contained. Forward progression has stopped.
There is a slight chance of rain in Austin this week, Scott Fisher has the latest details
Minimal crews were still on scene monitoring the area as of Saturday morning.
Things won't be as hot as they've been over the next few days but how long will it last? Zack Shields has the details in his full forecast.
Since the dome of high pressure is not centered over Austin and there's plenty of moisture in place, the window is open for pop-showers today.
Things will remain in 90s for the next few days and we could see some rain in the area as well. Zack Shields has all the details in his full forecast.
Fire operations continue to contain the fire which has burned more than 700 acres. Those that were evacuated have been allowed to return home.
The triple-digit heat will be gone for a few days. Zack Shields has details on that and more in his full forecast.
Since the dome of high pressure is not centered over us, we will keep the window open for pop-showers today through the weekend.
A welcome change to the triple-digit heat will be around for a few days. Zack Shields has all the details in his full forecast.
The 10-Tanker can drop more than 9,400 gallons of water in eight seconds, covering a mile long stretch of land. It can also fly as low as 250 feet off the ground.
Austinites can expect to see some scattered showers at the end of the week, Scott Fisher has the latest details
The last supermoon of the year, also known as the Sturgeon Moon, happens Thursday night and coincides with the peak of the Perseid meteor shower.
Central Texas is looking at its best rain chances in six weeks along with milder days. Zack Shields has all the details in his full forecast.