Sleet falls in Wise County

Published Friday, October 27, 2017
By Richard Greene

Wise County residents received a short surprise visit from Old Man Winter late Friday morning. Even with temperatures in the low 40s, a few sleet pellets fell in Decatur and other portions of Wise County.

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Thunderstorms may hit Wise

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Alvord, Chico, Crafton and Greenwood/Slidell fire departments were put on weather watch at 3:35 p.m. Sunday due to a storm west of Chico.

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Winter comes to Wise

Winter comes to Wise

Published Saturday, January 7, 2017
By David Talley

Winter weather descended on Wise County Friday, causing pedestrians on the Decatur square to hurry to their destination and scattering snow over sidewalks, parking lots and lawns.

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2016 in Review: Mother Nature’s wrath

Published Wednesday, December 28, 2016
By Messenger Staff

While Wise County didn't see the record rainfall of 2015, 2016 did have its share of weather news.

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Winter weather presents potential safety threats

Published Wednesday, December 21, 2016
By David Talley

Even though temperatures dipped into the single digits last weekend, Wise County medics weren't called to any temperature related emergencies, EMS Director Charles Dillard said Tuesday.

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Cool front rolls into Wise

Published Saturday, October 8, 2016
By David Talley

A front brought cooler weather and some rain to Wise County late in the week.

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What a relief: Rain, cooler temps throughout August

Published Saturday, September 3, 2016
By Brian Knox

August is typically the hottest and one of the driest months for our area.

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Accident forces truck off overpass

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BREAKING — A two-car accident forced a Chevrolet pickup truck off of the overpass at the Texas 51 and US 287 intersection.

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Inclement weather causes power outages, dangerous road conditions

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Wind speeds over 20 mph and temperatures in the mid 20s caused more than 500 to lose power Wednesday night in Chico. At about 7:30 p.m., Oncor representative Sabrina Easily said crews were tracking down the cause of the outage. Residents' power was still list out as of 10 p.m.

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