Monthly Archives: April 2011

Rain In The Forecast!

RIO GRANDE VALLEY  After going almost 2 months without a drop of rain, the Valley finally has some relief in sight.  Rain is in the forecast starting Monday afternoon through Tuesday afternoon.  However, I can’t say that your area specifically … Continue reading

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Worst Tornado Outbreak?

**STATS FOR THIS SIGNIFICANT TORNADO OUTBREAK BELOW (UPDADTED 3:00 PM CDT 5/07/2011)**      The April 27, 2011 tornado outbreak was one for the record books.  The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) issued a “High Risk” of severe storms for areas … Continue reading

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Cold/Dry Front Wednesday For RGV

Rio Grande Valley: A cold front will be pushing through the Rio Grande Valley on Wednesday (4/27), drying out the air for Thursday, with humidity levels rising again Friday afternoon/evening.  Temperatures will be hot today! Triple-digit heat for most of … Continue reading

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RGV’s La Niña Conditions To Continue Into May

***For full, in depth facts and data, visit this site from the National Weather Service in Brownsville, TX***      If you’re living in South Texas right now, you know that it has been hot, dry, and windy for a … Continue reading

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Edinburg’s 3-Day Forecast (Issued 4/21/2011)

Here is Edinburg’s 3 day forecast.  If you think I just copied and pasted for each day, that’s because I sort of did.  Not much change over the next few days. However, there might a cold front that will drop … Continue reading

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Much Of The Same

Much of the same over the next 3 days.  Low, morning clouds will give way to mostly sunny/sunny skies with hot and windy conditions persisting through the remainder of the week, as well as the weekend and into next week.  No rain … Continue reading

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Windy, Windy, Windy Valley

It’s been a while since I wrote a blog. I figured I’d write one for the sake of trying to explain why it has been so windy in the Rio Grande Valley over the past couple of months.  I will … Continue reading

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