We have seen our fair share of rain these past couple of weeks, as the remnants of Tropical Storm Odile continue to impact the borderland.
As we've been reporting, Tropical Storm Odile has left plenty damage in our region.
We have started to quiet down in the borderland, but our weather could soon spark up again thanks to a category 4 Hurricane out by the Pacific.
Sunday night, Hurricane Odile is expected to make make landfall in Baja California.
There is an abundant amount of moisture streaming up from Mexico again today. I am writing this at around noon Wednesday, August 26th and an area of showers and storms are pushing our way from Mexico from the south and west.
As you may recall, scientists were baffled by the mysterious holes popping up around Siberia, and now scientists are saying this could be a side effect Mother Nature is undergoing thanks to global warming.
Mother Nature is giving us plenty of opportunities this year to catch glimpses of some of it's extraordinary phenomena.
That's right, part two of this summer's season of super moons is happening this Sunday.\