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NWS outlook: Valley faces increasing hot, dry conditions

Like rain, good news is in short supply in the May-July outlook for the Rio Grande Valley and deep South Texas ranchlands from the National Weather Service Brownsville-RGV station.

NWS outlook for Valley predicts continued dire situation for reservoirs

The National Weather Service Brownsville-Rio Grande Valley station released its April-June outlook for the Rio Grande Valley on Good Friday, though there wasn’t much else good about it.

As water scarcity pummels Valley agriculture, cities will begin to feel the pinch

McALLEN — Medium range weather models from the National Weather Service in Brownsville indicate that the Rio Grande Valley will again experience a hot and dry spring this year, further exacerbating historic low water levels at the two international reservoirs that supply the region.

Early hurricane season forecast may be elevated but RGV could be passed by again

Sea surface temperatures well above average in the Atlantic Basin and the approaching return of La Nina are fueling early talk of a busy Atlantic hurricane season this year.

Valley’s spring rain, temperature outlook ‘highly uncertain’

January turned out to be an “interesting month” in the Rio Grande Valley, with nice weather book-ending a two-week spell of windy, cold and rain between Jan. 8-21.

Valley has slight chance for rain as temps return to normal

Rio Grande Valley residents can anticipate a return to normal temperatures with a slight chance for some additional rain this week, according to the National Weather Service in Brownsville.

Grid operator calls for conservation as Valley prepares for freezing conditions

The “polar express” has pulled into the station, maybe a little ahead of schedule and more assertively than meteorologists had predicted last week.

Valley emergency officials warn against using generators indoors to combat cold

When temperatures skyrocket or dip below freezing in the Rio Grande Valley, it's common knowledge by now that property damage, injury and even death have followed as a result of extreme weather creating unsafe conditions.

Arctic blast to bring Valley’s coldest temps of the season

Meteorologists with the National Weather Service Brownsville-Rio Grande Valley station say they are monitoring two “significant weather systems” over the coming week that will present multiple hazards to Rio Grande Valley residents in the form of high winds and very cold temperatures.