Normal High Now Below 90 Degrees
Tired of all the heat? Well, we are here to report the good news that the normal high is now under 90 degrees.
11 Years Ago Hurricane Ike Devastated Parts of Texas
Eleven years ago today, Hurricane Ike made landfall on the Texas coast near Galveston. The storm would go on to kill nearly 200 people and cause an estimated 38-billion dollars in damages.
Much of East Texas is Under a Drought
According to the United States Drought Monitor, much of East Texas is under a drought.
Dorian Leaves Catastrophic Damage in Bahamas; Eye Now on U.S.
Hurricane Dorian, the strongest storm in the Atlantic so far this year has reportedly left 5 people dead in the Bahamas and first responders fear that number may grow.
Hurricane Dorian Intensifies as it Heads Toward Florida
Hurricane Dorian is continuing to move north-northwest through the open waters of the Atlantic. As it does so, it continues to gain strength.
Hurricane Katrina 14 Years Later
Thursday is the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina making landfall in Louisiana. The storm cost over $125 billion dollars in damage and is tied for the costliest tropical cyclone on record.
Wednesday is the Anniversary of the First Photographed Tornado, or is it?
On August 28, 1844, Photographer F.N. Robinson captured a photo of a tornado near Howard, South Dakota. This photo was for a very long time believed to be the first-ever of a tornado. But it turns out that may not be the case.
Hurricane Harvey Two Years Later
Two years ago, a storm made landfall in Texas and leftover $125 billion in damage and killed over 100 people.
Tropics are Heating Up
Tropical Storm Chantal developed in the Atlantic, making it the third named storm of the season.
2 Years Ago: The Great American Eclipse
It’s been two years since much of the country, including us in East Texas, saw a once in a lifetime show. The Great American Eclipse.
Dangerous Heat Continues this Week
With all the heat, a number of warnings and advisories have been issued for the week. Here's a quick breakdown of what they mean.
16 Years Ago A Large Chunk of the U.S. Went Dark
The blackout had a wide impact in the U.S. including shutting down 21 power plants, disrupting cell phone service, and affecting operations at hospitals, airports, and local governments.