2017 is on pace to be the warmest year on record by a wide margin.
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To date, the average temperature this year at Camp Mabry is 1.7ºF above the previous hottest year on record.
The Lower Colorado River Authority says it is time to pull each of the 50,000 pound floodgates, rehabilitate and replace them.
A warm March around the globe extends the streak to 381 consecutive months of above average temperatures. That’s 31+ years! From the first E…
Join the NWS tonight in Dripping Springs to becoming a registered severe weather spotter.
The worst flooding and rain totals approaching one foot have so far been confined just one county north of the KXAN viewing area.
U.S. wind energy capacity has grown by a factor of seven in the last decade, adding green energy jobs and reducing emissions.
There is a slight risk of severe, damaging thunderstorms in parts of Central Texas on Friday.
Basic Skywarn Severe Weather Training Location: Elroy Community Library 13512 FM 812 Del Valle, TX 78617 Time: 6:00 – 8:00 PM.
“I simply could not do my job without NOAA data…” Bryan Wood, an insurance industry meteorologist, tweeted.
Join the Alliance for a volunteer creek cleanup of East Bouldin Creek in Gillis Park.
We are still skating by without official soil drought conditions in Central Texas.
Low humidity, gusty winds, and dry leaves/grasses are leading to increased fire danger today.
58% of California soil is in drought conditions, down significantly from 84% just three months ago.
Dry, windy weather is taking a toll on cedar allergy sufferers as we approach the traditional peak of cedar season.
The First Warning Weather team is gathering new information on the potential of non-accumulating snow flurries on Friday.
Gusty winds behind a dry cold front have caused the cedar count to increase 25x over yesterday’s “high” concentration.
Experts warn that this cedar season could be “the worst we’ve ever seen.”
Today’s weekly drought update shows plenty of soil moisture in place, but a hidden fire danger still exists.