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Month: October 2018

Major Flooding Underway across Texas

Major Flooding Underway across Texas

A week ago, it was looking like the cold front passage that came Sunday would be a quick-moving front, behind which, we’d be graced with the presence of cool, dry air. We got the cool air (record low temperatures were set in several locations on Monday), but not the dry. In fact, moisture from Hurricane Sergio (from the East Pacific) got caught up in the cold front, and now we are in the midst of some historic flooding across the…

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Autumn is Coming

Autumn is Coming

There’s a lot I could talk about this week between severe weather potential, Colorado getting its first big snow event of the year, and Hurricane Michael, but I’m going to focus on the bigger picture of the forthcoming pattern shift. It may not feel like it, with forecast highs today in the mid to upper 80s across most of Texas, but autumn will soon be here. We have to get through a few almost spring like weather days first however….

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