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Weather Talk

Weather Vs. Soccer

I played soccer for 14 years as a fullback and I have very much enjoyed watching the current World Cup matches this year.

How People are Struck by Lightning and What Happens?

Lightning is one of the most amazing and beautiful weather phenomena to watch and photograph from a distance. The key words in that sentence are "from a distance” and you should be indoors.

100º Heat! Cool Off with the Food You Eat

Since May 31st, El Paso has already hit a high temperature 100º or above on 14 days!  El Paso also broke 3 record high temperatures with all 3 happening in a row starting June 3rd the high of 109º, followed by two more da

Hurricane outlook in the Atlantic for June

We may not be close to the Atlantic, but if hurricanes do form, we could get impacted by it's reminisce. That is why it is important to be aware of when and how powerful a hurricane can form.

What does the first day of summer really mean?

Summer is easily one of my personal favorite season's of the year.

Become a SKYWARN® Trained Weather Spotter!

Do you have a passion for weather? How would you like to help the National Weather Service confirm severe weather, like hail, heavy rain damaging winds or even tornadoes?

Flash Flood Awareness

I was on vacation (still staying cool in the mountains) for the first day of “Monsoon Awareness Week” last week and did not cover the topic for that day “Flash Floods”.  So we shall

Heat Stress: Be Aware of the Signs of Heat Related Illness

Last week was designated “Monsoon Awareness Week”  by the National Weather Service offices of the southwest.

Monsoon in the borderland

Many people think when the monsoon begins it means we will automatically see severe weather and endless rain come our way.

What to do in a Severe Thunderstorm

Despite their size, all thunderstorms are dangerous. Every thunderstorm produces lightning, which kills more people each year than tornadoes.

Monsoon Safety Awareness Week: Dust Storms

Monsoon Safety Awareness Week continues with today’s topic “Dust Storms” These are caused by thunderstorm induced down draft or down burst winds.

Monsoon Safety Awareness Week: Downbursts

Monsoon Safety Awareness Week rolls on with today’s weather focus on “Downburst Winds”.

Monsoon Safety Awareness Week: Lightning

The National Weather Service offices of New Mexico, Arizona , Southwest Texas and southern Nevada designates the second week in June, June 8th-13th 2014, as “Monsoon Safety Awareness Week.” The monsoon seaso

Things to do on July 4th

As we continue to progress into the summer season, we continue to stay very warm. We ended our May month on a heat advisory, and that's the same way we started off our month of June.

Tornado watch for West Texas and Eastern New Mexico

A tornado watch has been issued for west Texas. This watch is in effect until 1:00 a.m. Monday morning. The following counties are being affected.