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Tropical Storm Alberto forms over Bay of Campeche; to bring rain to Valley

The National Hurricane Center has classified the disturbance in the Bay of Campeche bringing much-needed rain to the Valley as Tropical Storm Alberto — the first of the year.

NWS: 80% chance disturbance becomes Tropical Storm Alberto

In an early morning update on the tropical system brewing in the Bay of Campeche, the National Weather Service Brownsville-Rio Grande Valley station said Tuesday there’s now an 80% chance the disturbance will become Tropical Storm Alberto by Wednesday.

Sweet relief: ‘Tropical entity’ to bring Valley much-needed rain

Meteorologists with the National Weather Service Brownsville-Rio Grande Valley station said Monday they’re increasingly confident that this week will see substantial rainfall across the Valley and deep South Texas — in conjunction with a tropical cyclone likely to form midweek in the Bay of Campeche.

Tropical Storm Watch issued for Cameron, Willacy counties

The National Hurricane Center on Monday afternoon issued a Tropical Storm Watch that is now in effect for Cameron, Willacy and Kenedy counties, as well as the for the entire Lower Texas Gulf waters.

30% chance of tropical cyclone development in Bay of Campeche, NHC says

The National Hurricane Center said at 2 p.m. Wednesday that there is a 30% chance of tropical cyclone development in the Bay of Campeche over the next week.

Hazy days: Valley’s air quality much worse than larger metropolitan cities

It's no secret that the Rio Grande Valley's air quality hasn't been the best recently. But did you know that even Los Angeles and New York City, where smog was once synonymous with their skylines, have better air quality than South Texas.

Valley will continue to experience intense heat through at least mid-July

The June-August outlook from the National Weather Service Brownsville-Rio Grande Valley, released on Monday, predicts more of the same in terms of extremely hot and dry conditions in deep South Texas through at least mid-July.

‘It’s pretty bleak’: Valley reservoirs fall below 20% for first time in decades

As the spring sunshine continues to scorch, the combined storage at the two international reservoirs that supply the bulk of the Rio Grande Valley’s freshwater has done something it hasn’t done in decades — fallen below 20%.

Dangerously high temps return to Valley for Memorial Day weekend

The official first day of summer is still a month away, though extreme summer-like weather just won’t leave the Rio Grande Valley alone.

First real heat wave to hit Valley bringing dangerous temps

The Rio Grande Valley is in for dangerously hot temperatures this week through Thursday, according to the National Weather Service Brownsville-RGV station.