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Wednesday, December 17, 2014 - 8:39pm

Weather Talk

Getting a taste of fall-like weather

We are about 16 days away from the official start of fall, and already we are seeing beautiful cool weather. What was supposed to be an rain action packed weekend, turned out to be quite different.

Hurricane Norbert to help generate rain

We continue to track the development of what is now Category 2 Hurricane Norbert.

Dolly and Norbert Help Bring the Return of Borderland Showers and Thunderstorms

The flow of monsoon moisture shut off like a faucet this past week all across the southwest United States and here in the Borderland.

Borderland heavy area rainfall before our Labor Day Weekend

There is an abundant amount of moisture streaming up from Mexico again today. I am writing this at around noon Wednesday, August 26th and an area of showers and storms are pushing our way from Mexico from the south and west.

Tropical Storm Cristobal to steer away from US

It's officially the third tropical storm to form in the Atlantic this year for the 2014 hurricane season. 

Extended forecast

We are seeing plenty of opportunities for rain chances. This may not necessarily be a good thing for some people in the Sun City or In the Mesilla Valley.

Desert Frogs Come to Life When it Rains!

We all know frogs and toads come out to eat and breed in the rain! The desert frogs and toads are no different and some are actually awakened by and come to life when it rains!

Scientists say Mother Nature may have gas

As you may recall, scientists were baffled by the mysterious holes popping up around Siberia, and now scientists are saying this could be a side effect Mother Nature is undergoing thanks to global warming. 

Supermoon happens Sunday night

Mother Nature is giving us plenty of opportunities this year to catch glimpses of some of it's extraordinary phenomena. That's right, part two of this summer's season of super moons is happening this Sunday.\

Lightning bolts come in all shapes and sizes

My sister Lynn and I used to run around the house when we were kids and rub our feet on the carpet and produce static electricity and shock each other.

Tropical Storm Bertha could become a hurricane this week

Tropical Storm Bertha is the second tropical storm of the Atlantic this year.

An Overnight Cool Front Increases Borderland Heavy Rain and Flooding Potential

The monsoon season is heading into its peak in August with plenty of abundant moisture to fuel area storms. There has been more much needed rainfall around the Borderland and the metro areas the past couple of days.

Extended Forecast

Our weather has been a little crazy lately, and it's only getting crazier. We have been talking about a high pressure system all last week, and it seems like it just doesn't want to leave our area.

How long does it take to get sunburned without protection?

The sun here in the borderland is no joke as long time El Pasoans can attest to. But simple things, like putting on sun block, are steps that some of us are too busy to make time for.

What Does a "20% Chance of Rain" Actually Mean?

We have all have wondered at some point what does “20% chance of rain" mean? Does it mean it will rain 20% of the day?