Posts Tagged ‘North Texas’

April 27, 2011 in Alabama – One Of The Worst Tornado Outbreaks Ever I was in Huntsville, AL for April 27, 2011, one of the worst tornado outbreaks ever recorded in the state with 247 killed in 62 storms. I never will forget that day as long as I live, for I thought at one […]

Spider Webs Over Mesquite, Texas If you live in North Texas, chances are you peered up into the heavens on this beautiful, blue-sky day and stopped in amazement. It’s not windy today and yet the sky is full, and I mean full, of these massive spider webs that are floating past.  Thing is, some of […]

Another Weather Forecast Error in Dallas—SNOW It snowed here in the DFW area this morning. Twenty-four hours ago, indeed, even 16 or so hours ago, it wasn’t even in the forecast. Now there were predictions that I noted on FB briefly that were for Saturday and Sunday that evaporated as soon as they were posted.  […]

Between the ice and snow of the past two weeks, coupled with the hype from the Super Bowl, and then the normal media reaction to the fact that Southern states just don’t handle winter weather situations well, I think I speak for many in North Texas who are quite ready to move on back to […]

UPDATE Feb. 4, 11, 7 a.m.: An additional five inches of snow now have fallen across North Texas. It’s a mess. I’m sure there will be some who call me crazy for writing this in a GOP-controlled state, but hear me out. North Texas is presently in the grips of some of it’s coldest weather […]

Wow, Old Man Winter showed up sometime in the middle of the night here in North Texas.   There’s now a sheet of ice on everything around here. I was only out for a few minutes, the wind chill is about ZERO degrees, so I didn’t venture too far. As you can see, the snow/ice/freezing rain […]

It snowed yesterday here in North Texas.  I know, if you live north of I-40 in America, big whoop, right? Today the snow is melting.  Sitting from my office window I spied the drain shoot from the top of the building.  It’s sending off drops of water out into the grass where there’s still a […]




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