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Thursday, December 18, 2014 - 3:07pm

Weather Talk

The Mediterranean House Gecko: Friend or Foe?

All the rain we had in September and again last night has made many desert creatures come out from hiding and they are getting noticed!  I have written recently in “Weather Talk” about our desert frogs and the not so attractive

National Weather Service Meteorologist talks Winter Weather Forecast for the El Paso area

Below average temperatures are favored in parts of the south-central and southeastern United States, while above-average temperatures are most likely in the western U.S., Alaska, Hawaii and New England, according to the U.S.

Hurricane Gonzalo makes landfall in Bermuda

We are seeing Hurricanes affecting several parts of the world, and there are three that we are keeping a close eye one.

Winter Outlook: Colder than Normal for the Borderland

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency (NOAA) just put out their forecast for the upcoming 2014-15 winter. The big news is that the South central US is forecast to be some 44% cooler/colder than normal.

Tricks to Solving a Corn Maze

This is time of year you grab your friends and family and head to a corn maze and test your memory and sense of direction skills.

Top Allergy Cities, Where Does El Paso Rank?

Have you been sneezing a lot and having itchy, red and watery eyes more than usual this year?

El Niño is favored to begin in the next 1-2 months

This has been a very common question all year long, and it looks like we may finally have an answer!

Hurricane Simon Weakening faster than predicted

We continue to track the progression of Hurricane Simon and there is some good news.

Hurricane Simon intesifies off the coast of Mexico

Like Chief Meteorologist Chuck DeBroder promised, we continue to track down a hurricane out by the Pacific. The NOAA Hurricane Hunter Aircraft shows data indicating that Simon strengthened into a major hurricane midday Saturday.

Tropical storm, soon to be hurricane Simon may help bring storms back to the Borderland

To say this has been an active year in the eastern Pacific would be an understatement!

Extended Forecast

The storm system containing severe weather won't pay us a visit today, (Sunday) but don't put your guard down, it could arrive on Monday.

Have you seen the dreaded “Child of the Earth” Bug?

The monsoon rains seem to bring out all kinds of creatures!

2014 has been the 5th wettest September on Record

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.

Tropical Storm Polo passing south of Baja California

Baja California is still recovering from the first blow it received from Hurricane Odile, but mother nature isn't letting the peninsula heal so easily.

Hurricane Odile to affect Borderland weather

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.