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A Houston flood scene: What's left behind when crazy rain pours in

By Barbara Kuntz

We're not singing "rain, rain go away" just yet, and neither is Mother Nature, with chances of thunderstorms set to continue throughout the rest of the week. Instead, tempora ...

Pix of the Day

Killer fog: Striking images from the dense gloom that crippled Houston and triggered traffic madness

By Barbara Kuntz

Fog in Houston doesn't come in on "little cat feet," as poet Carl Sandburg most beautifully described this mysterious cloud. Rather, it pounced on the city this Monday morning, ca ...

Winter Storm Fail

Snowpocalypse Fail: Houston shuts down, HISD cancels school for . . . nothing — and the world laughs

By Tyler Rudick

For second time in less than a week, Houston braced itself for a winter storm from hell. But with schools closed and city services suspended Tuesday, area officials found themselves scaling ba ...

Cold as Alaska

Cold weather blues: How to protect yourself, pets, plants and more from the hard freeze

By Barbara Kuntz

Today and part of Tuesday, Houston will be, for the most part, as cold as Anchorage, Alaska. The National Weather Service predicts a hard freeze most likely to hit Tuesday morning. Thermometer ...

Rain go away

Spooky storms dampen Halloween fun, but should clear for trick or treating

By Tyler Rudick

Houston-area officials are keeping close tabs on bayous and waterways Halloween morning as heavy bands of spooooky storms pummel the region. As of 9:15 a.m. Thursday, Harris County Fl ...

Case closed?

No joke: Flaming UFOs wow police and shocked citizens in small town near Houston

By Tyler Rudick

Liberty County residents got quite the light show Saturday night, when a string of mysterious lights set the evening sky ablaze above the small town of Daisetta (population 974). At roughly 8:3 ...

A Pea-Sized Sign

Holy hail! H-Town's unexpected blast of extreme weather linked to Pope Benedict XVI's resignation — really

By Tyler Rudick

Space City was pelted with pea-sized hail Monday morning, as a cluster of storms drifted across the region in the heart of rush hour traffic.  Thanks to the human being's ability to dr ...

Rain, yes . . . hail, no

No mini-apocalypse for Houston: Shift in winds keeps heaviest rains in Gulf of Mexico

By Tyler Rudick

While this recent batch of storms certainly has made its mark across the region, Wednesday's weather has proved relatively manageable for Houstonians thanks to a subtle shift in the w ...

Say it ain't so

More storms in store? Forecasters raise predictions of number of hurricanes this season

By Tyler Rudick

After the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicted a lighter-than-usual hurricane season in May, the federal weather gurus are changing their minds following a string of sto ...

When Thunder Roars, Go Indoors

Death from the sky: Fatal Texas lightning strikes leave scorched earth & fear with storms ahead

By Tyler Rudick

As thunderstorms continue to pass through the greater Houston area this week, the death of two men on Sunday stand as a great reminder of just how dangerous lightning strikes can be. Just outsi ...

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