I wanted to wait until things really calmed down in the Texas panhandle before doing a quick recap of the incredible blizzard that brought the area to a stand-still. This was a very unique scenario. One which eventually gave Amarillo hurricane force wind gusts and more than a foot-and-a-half of snow. A lot of people have asked me, “How crazy… Read more →
You might think this is a silly explanation, but a lot of people in Amarillo have asked me, “Why aren’t we in the 50s? It’s almost March!” The answer is a little more complicated (but also easy to explain) than it sounds. The simple answer is: The snow keeps us cool. The real answer is the snow keep us cool… Read more →
Another cold day for the Texas panhandle. It is starting to feel more like December in Amarillo than (almost) March. Look for the mid- to upper-40s to be the main players for today’s temps. Amarillo we’ll only manage to climb to 45 degrees under a mostly sunny sky. Meanwhile the average high for today is 58. Snow pack can do… Read more →
Hey guys, in the next few hours I’m going to try to get a few interesting posts up. A quick recap of the blizzard and an explanation as to why we’ve been so cold after the snow!
I know what everyone is thinking. A lot of people got the “Blizzard Warning” text on their phone this morning. Then looked outside, scratched their heads and said, “what blizzard?” Then, the sun came out. Temperatures climbed into the 50s and 60s. But don’t let your guard down, folks. Inclement weather is coming. The graphic to the left is a… Read more →