The Valley can always use some rainfall, even if it is a cold, dreary rain. Brownsville received 0.27 inches on Tuesday, bringing the official total to 1.03 inches for the year. Brownsville's normal rainfall for the year-to-date
Today, I took part in the 5k run for the Race for the Cure event.
Not only is race for a good cause, but it also helps me stay in shape. But today as a cool front swept through the region, we ran in the chilly weather.
Of course we'll start Wednesday with quite a bit of fog! But early in the morning, the winds will begin to shift with an advancing cold front. Those North winds will range from 10-30 mph. Passing showers and some moderate
Lately I have been seeing some really amazing pictures of the moon in Facebook and with this gorgeous weather, I was able to sit outside in my front yard and just gaze up to look at the millions of lights twinkling down and the big bright diamo
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