As you look at this photo of me with all those peanut products, you're probably saying to yourself: "Yes, that picture IS filled with NUTS!" (Ha, thanks!) But if you look closer, you'll realize that all those peanu
As we get closer and closer to Thanksgiving Day, closer to the family gatherings, closer to those little appetizers that only come out a couple times a year, closer to all the fixings, and, most importantly, closer to that giant turkey and tama
It's gone quickly, but Hurricane Season 2014 officially ends this Sunday. Thankfully, the RGV faced no significant tropical weather this entire season. Oh, sure, on September 2, we were all watching the southern Gulf with antici
The weather has been a bit crazy as the seasons begin change along with a constant variation in temperatures. For a lot of people this means the constant struggle with fighting off those pesky allergies.
An upper level low pressure system has turned south and is heading directly for the Valley on Saturday. This additional push of upper level energy will spawn t-showers on Saturday and may even cause some of those storms to reach severe li
People in Edinburg woke up Tuesday, and the temperature outside was 36. 36!!!!! What? Wait! This is supposed to be the Valley of Texas, not the Valley of Nebraska. Just about every town in the RGV has had mornings
Yet another significant cold front is sweeping into the Valley overnight Monday night, and temperatures will be falling into the mid to upper 30s by morning. One of the reasons the RGV will get so cold again has to do with the mostly clea
Whenever I say "30s", farmers understandably get very nervous. Let me begin this chilly warning with some good news for citrus farmers: I do not think that we will touch freezing Thursday or Friday morning, unless you'