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There are lots of names for the phenomenon and it’s no coincidence that this viewer lives near Bush Airport in Humble.
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For our world, 2019 almost topped the temperature scale.
If you’re thinking January is more like June-uary, you’d be right.
After a cold weekend, we woke up to foggy, overcast, “drizzerable” weather this morning.
End of week severe potential and then winter weather next week
As we head into 2020, we do so with warmer than normal temperatures!
Let's take a look back at how Houston weather shaped up this year.
More Freezing Weather overnight but then warming into the holiday
Quick cold snaps, long warm stretches and what this means to Christmas and New Years!
I've been blogging lately about weather balloons and thanks to the Facebook Broadcast Met group came across a fascinating article I want to share with you.
You know and I know it floods in Houston and there are a LOT of reasons why: Tropical systems, back-building thunderstorms, slow-moving cold fronts, El Niño Pacific Moist...
So, how'd you do this morning with the cold weather? I dropped to 34F (near the Galleria) as those high, thin cirrus clouds gave most of us just enough anti-freeze protec...
Will we see sleet tomorrow morning? What I can tell you for sure is we will see a huge temperature drop and very strong winds.
Thank my viewer Calvin Brandon for today's blog -- a picture is worth a thousand blog words.
On my morning walk Monday I couldn't help but notice the contrails, short for "condensation" trails because that is exactly what they are: water vapor from airplanes that...
After a stellar weekend, it looks like we're in for another very nice one coming up. We just have to get there!
Let's start with this morning: Freezing around the area and cold everywhere else! Take a look at where the mercury landed:
So, how was your mosquito summer? Mine wasn't too bad and neither was this viewer's:
Weather changes this week will come in almost faster than a Verlander Pitch! After a superb weekend, we're line-driving nice weather through Tuesday, so if you're heading...
You certainly heard about the Dallas tornado Sunday night.
Not to put the ball before the bat, but if the Astros are in the World Series, I can guarantee home run weather next Tuesday and Wednesday for games 1 and 2 at Minute Mai...
I arrived in Houston in March 1989, and that summer, we had our first Tropical Storm Allison, Hurricane Chantal, then Hurricane Jerry.
So how was YOUR weekend?!
As I write this, a cold front is barreling through Southeast Texas. We've been advertising this for two weeks (seriously) and it's shaping up to have all the makings of a...
As we've enjoyed our crisp, COOL front, the truth is there is technically no such thing as a "cool" front!
All eyes to the Gulf as a low pressure system slowly moves our way. This is not a wind storm, but a rain storm and, naturally, the question is how much rain?
A viewer asked where we get the hurricane names from and, in fact, the World Meteorological Organization comes up with six lists which rotate every six years.
I've been getting quite a lot of blog questions starting with this couple's "pollution dispution:"
Hurricane Dorian goes down as the strongest hurricane on record to hit the Bahamas and ties the Labor Day 1935 storm as far as the strongest land-falling hurricane in the...
Hurricane Andrew's winds in 1992 are responsible for the above picture--a piece of plywood through a palm tree!
Florida is now bracing for a Major Cat 3 hurricane as Dorian is forecasted to move into the Sunshine state late Sunday or Early Monday morning with 115mph winds, and thos...
With a HEAT ADVISORY issued for this Monday afternoon, we can only hope for less humid air by the end of the week.
At this exact hour two years ago, I published a Facebook post regarding the tropical wave that had been upgraded to a depression.
Tropical Storm Chantal formed last night interrupting our "quiet" last few weeks of tropical activity.
You probably heard last month was the hottest July on record for the globe.
Heads up for heat!
Colorado State University just updated their hurricane forecast without much change -- still predicting a season with 14 named storms (we've had two already), 6 of those ...
So far this summer we've hit 97 degrees three times--once in June and twice the end of July and that is the hottest!
This week I've been watching the Atlantic INVEST 96L and felt happy this morning waking up to NHC's updated forecast of 40% chance to develop, down from 70% Thursday nigh...
As we start this holiday week the fireworks ahead look like they'll be going off without a hitch -- but we have to get through a few wet days first.
Good news from the tropics as two factors continue to inhibit development in the Atlantic basin: wind shear and Saharan dust! The National Hurricane Center expects nothin...