Tag Archives: Winter Storm
By Erin Douglas and Mitchell Ferman, Texas Tribune The board overseeing the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, the independent nonprofit entity that operates and manages the electricity grid that covers much of Texas, fired ERCOT CEO Bill Magness Wednesday night.
Energy executives were among those questioned by Texas lawmakers on Thursday as officials try to sort out why so many people were left in the dark for days amid freezing temperatures.
By Public Radio Staff A rare winter storm has intensified across Texas, leaving icy roads and dusting the Permian Basin and the Big Bend region with snow. The National Weather Service has placed all of Texas under a winter storm … Continue reading
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
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