Daily Archives: July 8, 2011

Driest of Deserts Experiences Rare July Snowfall

In one of Mother Nature’s oldest tricks, those of us “here” are suffering through the blistering heat of summer, while those of us “there” are in the grips of winter. In this case, “there” is south of the Equator and winter is not only in full effect, it’s snowing in places that haven’t seen snow in 20 years.

Drought, Wind, Wildfire, Memories – A First-Hand Account

Today a guest post from ImpactWeather VP IT Kyle Tupin on recent wildfire recovery efforts in southeast Texas.  Kyle is a 1980 meteorology graduate of Texas A&M and a 30-year veteran of ImpactWeather and its parent company. It seems the topic of conversation lately in this part of the country always drifts to “when do […]