Tag: National Weather Service Brownsville/Rio Grande Valley
Secure those outdoor holiday decorations, because things are about to get windy, according to the National Weather Service Brownsville-RGV station meteorologists.
Just in time for Halloween, a strong cold front on its way to the Rio Grande Valley will drive temperatures down into the upper 40s to low 50s before it's all said and done.
The copious rain that pounded sections of the Rio Grande Valley ahead of the Thursday cold front was great for lawns and other green things, but not enough to improve low reservoir levels up the river.
The Rio Grande Valley is finally about to turn a corner on this ridiculous heat, which has plagued deep South Texas since June 9.
Lifelong farmer Dale Murden remembers wondering why his grandmother would collect rainwater at her home in rural Elsa to water her flowers.