Tag Archives: Winter Weather
By Public Radio Staff With temperatures plummeting to record- setting lows, the National Weather Service is warning West Texans of “dangerously cold” weather which has left roads iced over and covered the region in snow. Find updates from Marfa Public … Continue reading
West Texas could see some of the region’s coldest temperatures in over thirty years this weekend which has officials urging residents to prepare and limit traveling if possible.
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
The National Weather Service (NWS) in Midland is forecasting the possibility for some winter weather across West Texas this weekend (December 26-27). That could of course affect travel plans in and out of the region of the holidays, so here’s … Continue reading
Sometimes the National Weather Service just has a way with words. The latest forecast discussion – the jargony, insiders-only-style forecast hidden deep in the often mysterious weather service web portal – says we’re definitely in store for at least some snow … Continue reading
This post has been updated. Monday January 5, 3:30 PM: AEP Texas says 95% of the people that lost power during the ice storm in Alpine now have it back. The company said Monday morning the number of outages with its … Continue reading
This post has been updated. Details will continue to change today as power is restored to various parts of the region. We will update this page as we receive them. Saturday January 3, 9:30 PM: As repairs continue, AEP Texas reports that number … Continue reading