The RGV will start Thursday morning with a little patchy fog but end the day with a cold front. Thursday will be a very warm day with highs in the upper 80s in the Upper Valley. Most of the day, the South winds will gusts to near 40
The Valley will wake up to patchy fog once again Wednesday morning. But that fog will soon clear away to a few clouds and warm, moderate winds. On Tuesday, the peak gusts were 28 mph in Brownsville and McAllen and 32 mph in Harlinge
It won't be a whole lot cooler, nor will we have a lot of rain, but Tuesday could bring the RGV both. Monday's highs were 83 in Brownsville, 86 in Harlingen, and 87 in the McAllen. Those highs are about 12 degrees ABOVE norm
Just maybe, when temperatures were in the 30s with cloudy skies and cold rain showers, just maybe the people of the RGV wished a little too much for warmer weather. Well, we got! Oh, boy, did we warm up!
Look at what I found in my yard this morning!!! Now that the sunshine is out and temperatures have returned to normal (in fact, above normal for the weekend), it's time to prepare our lawns for spring.
So we are all aware of the dangers of Tornadoes. Southeast Texas is in what is called Tornado Alley. Houston is one of the cities that have experienced several tornadoes.
But Brownsville is just outside the Tornado Alley.
Well, to get everyone in the mood for the 2014 Winter Olymics right here on Newscenter 23, let's kick off the opening ceremony with a Friday that was colder than Sochi, Russia. Here were the highs across the RGV:
Many in the RGV are longing to warm back up, especially the Winter Texas, who thought they came to Texas to ESCAPE the cold air. Well, I have some good news. We'll face one more chilly day, and then you won't believe the cha