A wind chill advisory is in effect from midnight Thursday until 3 p.m. Friday for the Rio Grande Valley.
The National Weather Service in Brownsville has issued a wind chill advisory with wind chill values of 20 to 30 degrees.
Wednesday will be sunny and beautiful and, after a cold morning, turn into a warm day with highs of 74 in the Lower Valley, 75 in the Upper. The SE winds will become moderate in the afternoon at 10-30 mph.
A blizzard blew into the nation's capital as well as many east coast states today. Even the Super Bowl planning committee is making an emergency contingency plan just in case a blizzard hits again on Super Bowl Sunday. Temperatu
Hidalgo County deputies busted up a cockfighting operation working out of a warehouse near Edinburg.
On Saturday, January 18th deputies were called to a warehouse located on the 300 block of East Owassa Road.
Police arrested two Brownsville women Friday Night at Sears.
Police say 23 year old Veronica Arredondo and 27 year old Virginia Vargas were caught shoplifting from several different department stores including Dillards and Sears.
Tuesday morning, the winds will shift with an advancing cold front. The North winds will range from 10-30 mph and will feel much cooler. With just a few clouds, Tuesday's highs will be 67 in the Lower Valley, 65 in the Upper.