Forecasters are no longer saying that Texas will have a wetter and cooler winter.
Spring showers that fell across Texas this year will likely spare the Lone Star State a second straight record-setting summer of heat and drought.
It is tempting to think that after going 2/3 of the way through Winter without a major Arctic outbreak or ice storm that we can slide through the last 1/3 without any cares. But I […]
After a wet, cloudy December, the past week has been quite the opposite. We’ve seen plenty of sunshine and no precipitation. La Niña is showing its hand. Here is the outlook from the Climate Prediction […]
QUIET WEATHER WEEK We are looking at a benign weather pattern for North Texas over the next week or so. The storm track is staying well to the north, keeping us with ample sunshine and […]
Weather forecasters are getting together to brainstorm about the epic 2011 Texas drought, and what weather trends might signal for the future.
After nearly a year of drought, Texans have grown accustomed to seeing acres of withered crops and mile after mile of cracked earth.
As the state struggles with the worst drought in history, entire ecosystems, from small insects to large predators, are struggling for survival.
The drought that has turned Texas and parts of the Plains into a parched moonscape of cracked earth could persist into next year.
Climatologists say the La Nina weather conditions that contributed to the drought affecting most of Texas may re-occur later this year and prolong the misery for the state’s farmers and ranchers.
Thousands of homes lost electricity as North Texas thunderstorms brought soggy relief from wildfires and lingering drought.