State and federal climatologists are hosting a public forum on Tuesday to discuss the persistent drought that has afflicted the Southern Plains states since 2011.
U.S. mayors gathered in Texas will decide whether to endorse a call for cities to use nature to fight the effects of climate change.
A scientist at Texas Tech University calls a new study “promising” that may connect weather extremes to man-made global warming.
The browning of Texas slowed over the past few months as near normal spring and summer rainfall eased the grip of a persistent drought, especially in the eastern half of the state.
Want to see what happens when the impacts of climate change are felt? Well, just look at Texas, some scientists say.
A dry winter has dropped chunks of Texas, including large metro areas such as Houston and Fort Worth, back into severe forms of drought, raising concerns for wildfires and the health of tree farms.
October 2012 is in the books and was fairly tame compared to some months before. Our average temperature worked out to be pretty close to average. The average temp in 2012 was 67°. The 30-year […]
Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson says that fears about climate change, drilling, and energy dependence are overblown.
The economic impact of a historic drought that has parched Texas and other parts of the Southwest will be felt for years, with ripple effects spreading nationwide as agriculture damage adds to increases in food prices.
The National Climatic Data Center recently issued their annual report for 2011 and developed this fantastic graphic off all the weather highlights across the Untied States last year. For the United States as a whole, […]
The U.S. Drought Monitor has reclassified the DFW area as being not in drought for the first time since July.
The most popular question asked of meteorologists today is “will we see any REAL winter weather this year?” Of course, we still have February to navigate through, but if January is any indication (which it’s […]