I remember flying back to Las Cruces from Colorado years ago in a small 19 seat airplane, when the plane dropped what I estimated was 1,000 feet or so in a matter of seconds. It jolted me out of my half awake state.
I get people coming up to me all the time saying “I know the weather is going to change because my bum knee hurts, or my back aches. I used to laugh it off and say “give me a call next time to help me out with my forecast.
When you hear the words "arctic" and "polar do you shiver with images of igloos, dangerous freezing winds, Polar Bears and dog sleds racing over the snow and ice covered tundra? My thoughts exactly! I used to think th
I have been thinking quite a bit lately about how fortunate we are to live in the Borderland, especially weather wise. I decided to take a look back at 2013 where there were plenty of powerful weather events.
I was thinking this morning about all the safety precautions Santa must take to fly around the world with his reindeer. Is Reindeer fur a natural “deicer”? Does he have to deal with a lot of turbulence?
The atmospheric conditions were right for some frost to form in parts of east El Paso and the Borderland late Friday into Saturday. There were even some early morning snow flurries detected at the airport and in East El Paso.
Currently, the United States is confronted with some unfortunate weather right before the holidays.
Here in El Paso, we are fotunate enough to look forward to a clear and warm-ish weather for both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.