Heavy rains fell on top of Central Texas on Aug. 16 but no major flooding occurred and we were even left with a pretty sunset after it clear…
A Flash Flood Watch for most of the KXAN viewing area is in effect until 7 p.m. Wednesday.
The city currently has 17 low-water crossing locations with flashing lights and three locations with just automatic gate arms.
The National Weather Service is predicting more rain over the next several days, which could play a role in when the river will reopen.
The system that is causing heavy rain in Louisiana is expected to increase rain chances in Central Texas this weekend.
Satellite observatories will measure tropical cyclones with direct and reflected signals from GPS satellites.
Every year first-responders see a spike in environmental emergencies during August, which is the peak month for summer temperatures.
Ozone can be at its worst for another four months, which can make time outside uncomfortable for some groups.
The city hired a consultant to conduct a feasibility study of installing an Aquifer Storage Recovery system that stores water for later use.
This coming spring is expected to be more like 2006, 2008 and 2011, where drought plagues the area and water resources dwindle.
On Wednesday afternoon, the hurricane was centered about was about 150 miles east of Belize City.
The City of Austin says some customers should brace for sticker shock when they see their utility bill this summer.
You can now zoom into a street view of your neighborhood during severe weather to see how close the threat is to you.
One neighborhood in Del Valle is worried flooding rain events are increasing.
More rain could be on the way with pockets of rain heading towards Austin today and tomorrow.
In early June, customers used 18 million gallons of water compared to the 30 million gallons used in mid-July.
If you’re caught grilling or smoking, you can expect a fine between $300 and $500.
With 36 out of 39 days of dry weather, the wildfire risk is increasing in the Austin area and surrounding counties.
Summer is here, which often means heat, haze and humidity
The scale generally goes from 1-11, but a 12 is possible on days with extreme UV exposure.