East Texas back in a Drought
Drought conditions are continuing to worsen here in East Texas. The latest outlook from the United States Drought Monitor shows much of East Texas in a severe drought, while everyone is at least abnormally dry.
Today is the Anniversary of the Coldest Temp. Recorded in Tyler
We’re still way above freezing here in Tyler… but Monday is the anniversary of the coldest temperature ever recorded in Tyler.
Anniversary of the Most Snow in One Day in Tyler
There is no snow anywhere in our immediate future… but believe it or not this Saturday was the anniversary of the highest snowfall total in Tyler’s history.
See Saturn and Venus in the Night Sky Tonight
Tonight you can see two planets very close to each other in the night sky.
Wrapping Up the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season
Saturday is the official end of the season, which produced a high number of named storms including tropical storms and hurricanes.
Thanksgiving Travel in Jeopardy this Year
For those planning on traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday… be prepared mentally for some headaches.
Now’s a Good Time to Put Down Fall Fertilizer
Fertilizing our lawn in the fall? Yea that’s a thing. And it’s a good time to do it in the coming weeks.
See the Venus/Jupiter Conjunction in the Evening Sky
You can see the Venus and Jupiter conjunction in the evening sky soon. In fact you can see these planets over the next few nights.
Catch the Leonids Meteor Shower in the Coming Days
Star gazers can catch another meteor shower soon. The Leonids meteor shower peaks the night of November 17.
Record Cold for Parts of ETX Tuesday and Wednesday
It was a record-setting day in parts of East Texas both Tuesday and Wednesday as we saw the coldest air of the season move in.
Check out the North Taurid Meteor Shower Tonight/Tomorrow
Monday night and Tuesday morning, you could see some meteors as the North Taurid Meteor shower peaks.
Mercury to Transit the Sun Monday
A transit is an event in which the planet moves directly between the earth and the sun. This means if you look at the sun (with a special filter as to not blind yourself), you can see the planet move across the surface of the sun. This type of event is much rarer than a meteor shower.