Tag Archives: Weather
By Andrew Weber, KUT Texas is hot. That is not news. It has, seemingly, always been hot. Again, not news. Here is some news: A climate scientist visualized the Lone Star State’s average annual temperatures. It shows that Texas (which, … Continue reading
Strong winds are picking up this afternoon across West Texas. In parts of the region, gusts will reach as high 65 miles per hour. The high winds are causing several warnings in the area.
By Caroline Halter Less than one percent of Texas is currently experiencing drought conditions. That’s down from 10 percent at the beginning of August. But, La Niña could change that.
This weekend, almost all our listening region received snow. Some places got it worse than others. The blizzard was strongest to the west and to the north. El Paso reported six inches of snow and parts of the Panhandle topped … Continue reading
West Texas is in store for a round of thunderstorms Tuesday night through Wednesday, and possibly through the end of this week. Eric Ahasic with the National Weather Service (NWS) in Midland says the storms could bring heavy rains and flash … Continue reading
Power has been restored to residents of Culberson and Hudspeth Counties, after multiple days of outages in the area. El Paso Electric – the service provider for the towns of Van Horn and Sierra Blanca – said a freak windstorm called a “microburst” hit … Continue reading
It looks like old man winter’s sticking around West Texas for another day. The National Weather Service has extended an ongoing Winter Storm Warning stretching from the border to the Permian Basin through 6 a.m. Saturday morning. Parts of the … Continue reading
State Climatologist Dr. John Nielsen-Gammon spoke to a room full of ranchers from across the southwest on Thursday, with this message: careful how you use that water. Ranchers were gathered in Alpine for an annual meeting of the Society for … Continue reading
There’s a good chance of an El Niño weather pattern forming by the end of the year. That could be good for easing or even ending the Texas drought. But it’s not a sure thing. For meteorologists to know El Niño … Continue reading
Update 9:30 AM Thursday: The Red Cross will close its shelter at the Pecos High School today at 1 PM, with all nearby residents now able to return to their homes or to stay with friends or family. Only four nearby oilfield workers … Continue reading