Posted on · Houston experienced its highest average temperatures for the months of June and July this year. But a local weather expert says August, while still hot, figures to bring a break from the record-setting trend.
Posted on · The city’s unseasonably warm June is a result of a high-pressure ridge over the area and La Niña conditions.
Posted on · Houston is projected to have its hottest Christmas on record, beating out a previous high of 83 degrees in 2015.
Posted on · El Niño could bring heavier rains to the Gulf Coast in the years ahead.
Posted on · The La Niña weather pattern is likely to develop, boosting snowfall in the Great Lakes and northern Rockies and lowering snowfall in the Mid-Atlantic.