As you look at this photo of Chuck DeBroder and me with all those peanut products, you're probably saying to yourself: Yes, that picture IS filled with NUTS. But if you look closer, you'll realize that all those peanut produ
The Arctic cold front that dove in early Sunday brought 2” to 4” inches of snow to Cloudcroft. I posted a few photos on Face Book and it appears as if the Borderland lowlands are ready to see a “winter wonderland”!
With low temperatures Thursday morning of 29 in El Paso and Deming, 28 in Las Cruces and Silver City, 25 in Alamogordo, and 15 at Guadalupe Pass, and with the cold gusty winds that blew us around in the cold front, darn it, I want to know what
America's first significant cold front of the season is sweeping down the Central Plains and will dump some very cold air right into the heart of Texas. The Borderland will also feel this very cold air. Many cities, including El
If you drive an older vehicle, have you noticed that your head lights are fogged over? Do you find yourself using the high beams a lot because the low beams seem too dim? Do you find that people come up to you at convenience stores
Fog is pretty rare in the Borderland. Forecasting fog correctly requires paying attention to very slight changes in temperature in relation to the dew point temperature. Wednesday morning will be another interesting chance for some