Stan Blazyk is a life-long weather enthusiast, long-time Galveston resident and author of "A Century of Galveston Weather." He has written about weather for The Daily News for more than a decade.
An upper-level low that has tracked across north Florida into the eastern Gulf of Mexico could bring a distinct change to our weather by late …
We will get an increased chance of scattered showers or thunderstorms through Wednesday as deeper moisture flows into Southeast Texas.
Despite sustained winds increasing to 150-mph in Hurricane Dorian this morning and with intensification possible to Category 5 levels, the ove…
Unfortunately, we are in a situation where a lot of “ifs’ present themselves when trying to determine exactly what weather we will have over the next week or two. We are in a pattern where a few small changes can result in very different outcomes locally.
Temperatures so far this month have averaged 3.3° above normal in Galveston and 4.0° above at League City. This, combined with the fact that both locations have received less than half the amount of precipitation normally expected through the first 12 days of August, more or less sums up of our current situation weather-wise.