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January 9th, 2009 Update:
  • A few days ago, we got a bit of an ice storm here in Texas. We got about a half inch of accumulation on the trees, but most of what fell on the roads melted quick. Check my images section for the pictures.

    October 27th, 2008 Update:
  • It has been a very slow summer in terms of interesting weather here in Texas. We have had very little rain. The last couple of weeks however did have some rain and storm events. I went on a trip to Canada in September as well and got some pictures from the airplane of distant thunderstorms and the clouds below. There is also a new video of a thunderstorm that passed by us late in the evening. It is just some lightning shots in the dark. 23 seconds long. Check my photo section and video section for these updates.

    April 7th, 2008 Update:
  • Today I have posted the names for the tropical storms for this upcoming season in the Atlantic Ocean and the Eastern North pacific Ocean. They can be seen by following the link to the hurricane section in the top menu.

    April 6th, 2008 Update:
  • New Website Design! Today I uploaded the new website design, I have been thinking about it for a while and finally changed it. Feel free to look around and stay tuned for more updates to come!
  • On Monday March 31st, we had a severe thunderstorm move through our area with heavy hail. I have uploaded the 2 video clips and posted them in the Video Clip section in the above menu. Check it out!

    March 6th, 2008 Update:
  • Sorry for the lack of updates over the last couple of months. Things have been pretty uneventful here in terms of weather. I have updated the corresponding sections of my website to get things back up to date. Hopefully the upcoming spring storm season will be good enough for some more pictures nd video clips of storms. Check back soon.

    December 10th, 2007 Update:
  • Yet another tropical storm has formed in the Atlantic Ocean and it is heading towards the Caribbean Islands. The storm is not expected to become a major threat, but it will affect the islands along the northern edge of the Caribbean Sea. Check my hurricane section for details.

    December 1st, 2007 Update:
  • With today being the first of December, the hurricane season in the Eastern North Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean has officially ended. This does not mean no more storms will form, but the chances are a lot lower now as the waters and surrounding airmasses are getting cooler.

    November 2nd, 2007 Update:
  • Hurricane NOEL is becoming Extratropical as it continues to move to the NE. The storm is expected to make landfall over Nova Scotia in the next couple of days as a strong storm. The NHC has issued its last advisory on this storm. Check my hurricane sections for links to the details.

    November 1st, 2007 Update:
  • Tropical Storm NOEL has strengthened into Hurricane NOEL as the storm moves away from the BAHAMAS towards the NE. The storm is headed up the coastline and towards the Maritime Provinces of Canada, namely Nova Scotia over the next few days.

    October 28th, 2007 Update:
  • I have fallen behind a bit with keeping up with storms the last couple of weeks. I have updated the hurricane season webpages with the storms that have come and gone in that time however.
  • Tropical Storm SIXTEEN in the Caribbean Sea is expected to move towards the NW over the next few days and it is possible that it may become a hurricane during this time before reaching the islands along the north of the sea. Check my hurricane section for links to the details.
  • UPDATE: Tropical Depression SIXTEEN has strengthened into Tropical Storm NOEL

    October 2nd, 2007 Update:
  • Tropical Storm JULIETTE has weakened in the Eastern North Pacific Ocean and is no longer a threat. The NHC has issued its last advisory on this storm.

    October 1st, 2007 Update:
  • Tropical Storm FOURTEEN-E has strengthened into Tropical Storm JULIETTE in the Eastern North Pacific Ocean as it continues to move northward off the coast of Mexico.
  • Tropical Storm MELISSA has weakened in the Atlantic Ocean and is no longer considered a threat.
  • Tropical Storm KAREN has also weakened into a remnant low pressure system in the Atlantic Ocean. The NHC has issued its last advisory on this storm.

    September 29th, 2007 Update:
  • Tropical Storm LORENZO briefly became a hurricane just prior to making landfall in Mexico. The storm has moved well inland now and the NHC has issued its last advisory on this storm.
  • Tropical Storm MELISSA has quickly formed in the Atlantic Ocean. It is getting stronger slowly and may become a hurricane over the next few days, but the storm does not pose any threat to land at this time.
  • Tropical Depression FOURTEEN-E has formed in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. The storm is expected to strengthen into a tropical stormover the next couple of days, but it does not pose any threat to land either. Check my hurricane section for links to the details.

    September 27th, 2007 Update:
  • Tropical Depression THIRTEEN has strengthened into Tropical Storm LORENZO in the SW Gulf of Mexico. The storm is close to making landfall over Mexico, but it may become a hurricane just prior to hitting the coastline.

    September 25th, 2007 Update:
  • Tropical Storm KAREN has quickly formed in the Atlantic Ocean, but the storm poses no threat to any land at this time. It may become a hurricane however over the next couple of days.
  • Tropical Depression THIRTEEN has formed in the southern Gulf of Mexico. The storm is moving very slowly, but it is expected to move West over Mexico over the next few days.
  • Tropical Storm JERRY has also moved off to the NE and is no longer a threat since the storm has dissipated. The NHC has issued its last advisory on this storm.

    September 24th, 2007 Update:
  • Hurricane IVO has weakened in the Pacific Ocean and is no longer a threat as its remnants move towards the Mexican Coast. No more advisories are being issued on this storm.
  • Tropical Storm JERRY has also quickly formed in the Atlantic Ocean, but the storm is expected to be short lived as it speeds northeastward.

    September 22nd, 2007 Update:
  • Tropical Depression TEN has moved inland over the Northern coast of Florida, and it has wekened. The NHC has issued its last advisory on this storm.

    September 21st, 2007 Update:
  • Tropical Depression THIRTEEN-E in the Pacific Ocean has weakened due to an increasingly unfavorable environment, and the storm is not expected to redevelop. The NHC has issued its last advisory on this storm.
  • Tropical Depression TEN has just formed in the Gulf of Mexico and it is expected to briefly make Tropical Storm status just before making landfall along the Alabama and Mississippi Gulf Coast over the next day or so.

    September 19th, 2007 Update:
  • Tropical Storm IVO has strengthened into Hurricane IVO in the Pacific Ocean. The storm is still expected to make a turn back towards Mexico over the next several days.
  • Tropical Depression THIRTEEN-E has also formed in the Eastern North Pacific Ocean. This storm is not expected to last very long as it is supposed to dissipate over the next few days while hardly moving anywhere from its current position over open waters.

    Spetember 18th, 2007 Update:
  • Tropical Storm IVO has quickly formed in the Eastern North Pacific Ocean. It is currently headed out to open waters, but IVO is expected to turn back and head for land over the next several days. By that time is may be a hurricane.

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