A Pacific cold front finally brought some snow to both El Paso Las Cruces metro areas Friday! There was a ½ inch to an inch sticking to the ground and cars in some parts of town this past Friday morning.
It's finally beginning to feel like winter in The Borderland. We only have a few days left before we say goodbye to 2014 and hello to 2015. The weather even treated us to some light snowfall in El Paso and Las Cruces this past Friday.
I was thinking this morning about all the safety precautions Santa Claus 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?
If you're hoping for a white Christmas here in Texas, you'll have to wish a just little harder next year. If you're hoping for a lot of cold, gusty wind right before Christmas, then, my friend, this is your forecast gift!
With the Holidays and Christmas Cheer also comes the arrival of the Winter.The winter weather hit many parts of the U.S.. early this year but the astronomical definition means the new season did not begin until 4:03 p.m.. MDT.
One of the many benefits of the holidays are all the delicious baked goods that seem to appear out of nowhere at work and home every day! I walked into my house last week and I was overcome with the aroma of a European bakery!
We here it all the time in El Paso when the high hits 102 for three days in a row in the middle of June: "Wooooo! It's too hot! What's going on??" When a cold front comes through, and we wake up to a lo
Most phones have a compass. Pull it out and play with it for a moment. Most people know that a compass works by pointing in the direction of the invisible magnetic field lines that run generally North and South, from North Pole to South Pole.