I guess it has been a little bit of wishful thinking combined with flashbacks from my youth of not wanting to get in trouble with mom that caused me to down play Sunday’s winds until last nights weather casts.
Today ,many parts of the Borderland including El Paso and Las Cruces are under a Wind Advisory from 2 P.M.. until 8 P.M.. this evening. There will be strong westerly winds blowing at 20 to 35 mph with potential gusts of 45+mph.
There is a Wind Advisory in effect from 2 P.M. until 8 P.M. for all of El Paso County and Southern Dona County including Las Cruces. Strong winds with peak gusts of 50mph and blowing dust are expected.
Another cold front blew in from the northeast yesterday, carrying in dust from the drought stricken Texas Panhandle, the eastern plains of New Mexico and some white gypsum sand dust from White Sands, New Mexico.
The day has finally arrived! The El Paso Chihuahuas will play their first game in the new Southwest University Park. The game is against the Fresno Grizzlies and the first pitch will be thrown at 7:05 P.M..
This past Saturday, April 19th, 2014 Much of El Paso County experienced strong thunderstorms that produced large amounts of hail along with a moderate to heavy downpours. There was pea size to golf ball size hail that did
Happy Earth Day everyone!
It's been a rough 4.54 billion years, but we've made it this far!
Speaking of which, what better way to commemorate Earth Day, than by mentioning other planets that could hold life?
Look up at the sky tonight and pray the moon isn't a distraction!
Tonight is the night to see the Lyrid Shower!
Although it's not the biggest meteor shower this year, it is one worth staying up late for.