Satellite images indicate that the shower activity associated with 91L is about 750 miles East of the Lesser Antilles and continues to become organized. It is predicted that 91L will become Tropical Depression later tonight. This system is moving toward the West-Northwest at 15 to 20 miles per hour more »
Heat advisory remain in effect until Wednesday for North East Texas where temperatures are expected to reach 106 degrees. An excessive heat watch will remain until Thursday evening where the heat index values may raise to or exceed 110 degrees by the middle of next week. National Weather Services advises more »
Watch this home video made on an Android phone of Tropical Storm Don close to landfall.
Texas A&M in Corpus Christi, Texas is under a mandatory evacuation due to Tropical Storm Don. Latest update from their website: The University campus remains closed. The National Weather Service now expects the tropical storm to track south of Corpus Christi. However, due to the uncertainty of any tropical storm, more »
Earlier today Tropical Storm Don was headed straight towards the south Texas coast bringing some much needed rain to the already drought stricken area. Now it seems that Don’s projected path is Deep South Texas or Northern Mexico sometime the evening of July 29, 2011.
Austin will most likely be on the North end of the heavier precipitation and will likely get some heavy rainfall this weekend.
A tornado watch has been issued Friday and Saturday for south Texas and northern Mexico as Tropical Storm Don makes its way to the coast.
As expected, 90L has now developed into Tropical Storm Don this afternoon.
NOAA has increased the probability that 90L will developing into a Tropical Storm to 70 percent. They indicate a surface circulation may be developing. A Tropical Depression will form within the next 12 to 18 hours.
A Heat Advisory has been issued for all of North and East Texas for heat indices over 105 degrees. Take precautions and stay hydrated.
A tornado warning has been issued for Bismark, ND until 11:45 PM. Derecho with a book-end vortex approaching Bismark, ND. A brief tornado and destructive straight line winds are possible in the city. Please take cover.
Lokon volcano in Sulawesi, Indonesia erupted yesterday sending ash up to 3,500 meters high. Ash emissions were visible from Manado. Increasing activity at the volcano forced 5,000 people to evacuate. Yesterday’s eruption was the largest since the volcano was placed on the highest alert level last week. Lokon-Empung Volcano is more »
For the second time this month a giant wall of dust rolled through the Phoenix area Monday, turning the sky brown and creating dangerous driving conditions. The dust wall was about 3,000 feet tall and created winds of 25 to 30 mph with gusts up to 40 mph. Although this more »