So far in 2017, sunlight in Deep East Texas has been a little tough to find. The good news is that Friday should bring us a sunny day, the bad news is that about 4 inches of rain could fall between now and that sunshine.
Tornado season in East Texas usually falls from March through May, but, those that have lived in the Pineywoods for a while know that the threat of tornadoes in November and December is not out of the ordinary.
During the election season there is always a lot of discussion as to whether states are red or blue. When it comes to all seasons, however, colors that you don't want your state to be are yellow, red, and brown, at least according to the United States Drought Monitor.
Late this Friday afternoon, the National Weather Service issued a 'Significant Weather Advisory' for parts of Angelina County...so I thought I would drive into the storm and see exactly what makes up 'significant weather'.
After all the rain and thunderstorms last week, it's nice to see the sun and 90 degrees this week. And we know 100 isn't far off. Summer in Texas is great for hanging out at pools and lakes, but there are things to watch out for too. Here's our big heads up.