We really need some rain here in our drought stricken desert. I do hope the predicted El Nino pattern is strong enough to finally bring the Borderland some good monsoon season rainfall and heavier than normal snow fall this winter.
This month is just full of amazing star gazing opportunities!
We are pretty much done with the first week of April and now we are heading toward the moments of staying up all night just gazing up at the sky.
I woke up thinking about all the things that i do that go into being a TV Meteorologist, There have been many duties added to my job description over the past 20 plus years I have been doing television weather casts.
Last night there were light showers and even a few thunderstorms that traveled through our parched desert. There was this beautiful, pleasant smell that floated through the air and lingered into the late nighttime hours.
I was eating some steak straight from a BBQ grill this weekend thinking about all the weather challenges there are when you are grilling outdoors. Most of us wait for a sunny, nice weather to fire up the grill.