‘We Blew It’: Dallas-Fort Worth Meteorologists Reflect on Wednesday's Big Whiff

Hundred of flights were canceled Wednesday evening, some schools closed early and North Texas wrapped their vehicles in pool toys, cardboard boxes and even mulch bags.Everyone across Dallas-Fort Worth braced for a forecast calling for severe storms with the potential to produce up to baseball-size hail, winds up to 70 mph and even some isolated tornadoes. But the panic was all for naught."We blew it," tweeted Evan Andrews, chief meteorologist at KDFW-TV (Channel 4), "and we do apologize."When storms finally moved through the area late Wednesday night into early Thursday, they produced lightning, gusty winds and strong downpours, but nothing like what many North Texans had expected.  Continue reading...

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