DRUM ROLL PLEASE! Okay, weather lovers, get ready! I have compiled a brief summary of some rainfall statistics and record events in the Valley for 2014. Once again, the RGV avoided a major tropical storm or hurricane. We
If you're hoping for a white Christmas here in Texas, you'll have to wish a just little harder next year. If you're hoping for a lot of cold, gusty wind right before Christmas, then, my friend, this is your forecast gift!
With the Holidays and Christmas Cheer also comes the arrival of the Winter.The winter weather hit many parts of the U.S.. early this year but the astronomical definition means the new season did not begin until 5:03 p.m.
This is your last weekend to finish that Christmas shopping. It is also the last weekend to finish wrapping those Holiday gifts. For some, gift-wrapping turns into an impressive art form full of glitter, fancy bones and shiny wrapping paper.
Though we'll never see a scene like this one in the RGV, we will be cooler for the weekend ahead with highs mainly in the upper 60s and cloudy skies. It's a good thing we will not be 80 on Sunday evening because winter officially
Most phones have a compass. Pull it out and play with it for a moment. Most people know that a compass works by pointing in the direction of the invisible magnetic field lines that run generally North and South, from North Pole to S
I realize temperatures this December have been around 3 to 5 degrees above normal most of the month, so the last thing on our minds when it's 78 degrees outside is: "How can I protect my precious Oriental Hibiscus from a freeze??
If you travel to or watch television shows about cities in the Midwest or New England, it's amazing how beautiful all the yellow, red, and orange leaves are in the Fall. If you live in the Valley, then you've grown pretty used to
Typhoon Hagupit, or also known as Ruby has made two landfalls in the Philippines and continues to smash into the central and northern portions of the country with potentially life-threatening winds, storm surge and flash floods.
Our skies can look a little scary sometimes, but this is completely out of this world.
Last week, Sydney had a massive storm, which isn't unusual. But the way some of the clouds formed looked a little alien.