Weather News

Bill Alexander's 5 pm Weathercast, September 17, 2019

Tropical Storm Imelda made landfall early this afternoon near Freeport and will bring torrential rains of 12 to 18 inches over parts of southeast Texas. Only scattered showers and thunderstorms for most of the Crossroads, however.

Bill Alexander's Weathercast; September 16, 2019

A tropical disturbance in the northwest Gulf of Mexico seems bound to produce torrential rainfall over the next few days across portions of the Crossroads. Stay tuned to Newcenter25 or check crossroadstoday.com frequently for updates.

Rainy week ahead

We can thank an approaching mid-level low for our rain chances this week. The NHC is monitoring for development but it only has a 10% chance of development. The good news is, it will be enough to give us some…

Lightning Safety Tips

Meteorologist Alexandra Kent gives the Crossroads some tips on how to stay safe in a thunderstorm. Specifically how to stay safe from lightning.

Strong Thunderstorms Dousing Crossroads

Scattered Storms Persist Tonight, Thursday

No severe thunderstorms are occurring over the Crossroads late this afternoon, but strong storms with localized areas of heavy rainfall are pelting the region.  Doppler indicated rainfall exceeding three inches has occurred in numerous portions of the area.

Bill Alexander's 5 pm Weathercast; September 11, 2019

Strong thunderstorms this afternoon depositing heavy rainfall will begin to diminish toward sunset, but should reappear for your Thursday. Expect isolated showers Friday through Sunday, then more strong storms Monday and Tuesday.

Decent rain chances heading into the weekend

The sea breeze in conjunction with a stalling mid-level Low have brought us numerous opportunities for rain this week. Hopefully we get the rain we so desperately need across the area from these chances. Today we are already seeing showers…

Rain chances coming in the near future

Drier air remains in place through the end of the weekend, making for a sunny rest of the weekend. Also, making for lower relative humidity values across the region. We will see patchy fog in the mornings for the rest…

Bill Alexander's 5 pm Weathercast, September 5, 2019

Ample rainfall over southern portions of the Crossroads earlier today has dissipated, leaving clearing skies and warming temperatures. More extreme heat anticipated Friday through Sunday, with rain chances returning next week.