Ninety-four years after the Goliad Tornado killed 114 people, why do we still ignore the warnings until it’s too late? A reflection on Texas’ worst twisters.
Let there be light, but leave us in the dark. Long before Ozona knew about ozone, Texans were inventing scads of ways to hide from rays.
Look out, Texas! If drought comes, can tons of blowing dirt be far behind?
The wettest spell in memory has given the people who live in West Texas an unfamiliar topic of conversation.
Sunny in the morning, sunny in the evening, freezing by suppertime.
South Texas went into a frenzy preparing for Hurricane Allen, then the guest of honor never showed up.
Hurricane Allen proved that everyone talks about the weather but nobody knows much about it—least of all the National Weather Service.
How the Texas heat can sap your energy, dull your intelligence, send you to an early grave, and make you sweat.