Tropical Depression Dolly is no more, but the remnants of it are still haunting Brownsville and the RGV.
Dolly drenched Mexico's Gulf coast before moving inland over mountains and dissipating on Wednesday.
Thank goodness this Dolly is taking a track a little more to the south into Mexico! Yes, the National Hurricane Center reuses storm names, but it is extremely unusual to have two storms with the same names in very similar proximity.
Tropical Depression Five has formed in the southern Gulf of Mexico. According to the National Hurricane Center in Miami, its trajectory will take the depression northwest toward the RGV. On Tuesday, it is likely to reach tropical st
The Valley received a good round of t-showers on Friday, delivering over an inch and a half to McAllen and surrounding areas. This was caused by a simple low pressure system parked just off shore. It never strengthened into anything
A weakly defined area of convection a little NE of Houston has a 20% chance of developing into a tropical cyclone within the next 48 hours. The area of concern is drifting SW at 20 mph. This convective mass will enhance the chance o
As of late Friday evening, a tropical convective air mass was positioned just east of the Dominican Republic. Friday night that air mass had an 90% chance of developing into a tropical cyclone within the following 48 hours.
The National Weather Service has issued an enchanced risk of wildfire growth and spread on Sunday.
There are gusty conditions existing coming in from the southeast and they are expected to combine with drier air.
As you may recall, scientists were baffled by the mysterious holes popping up around Siberia, and now scientists are saying this could be a side effect Mother Nature is undergoing thanks to global warming.