May, June and July have all been San Antonio’s hottest on record. August is likely to be more of the same: hot, hot, hot.
As weather conditions become more severe due to climate change, longer and drier droughts will likely lead to more wildfires across the state.
San Antonio enters Stage 1 water restrictions Thursday due to low rainfall thus far this year, SAWS officials said.
With temperatures set to remain chilly through Sunday, San Antonio residents are still being cautioned to drive as little as possible.
High winds and ice accumulation caused thousands of CPS Energy customers to lose power Thursday but the utility said its plants were running smoothly.
San Antonio school districts extended their closures into Friday, after freezing temperatures led to icy roads in some areas.
The new preparedness guide will be distributed this week as temperatures are expected to drop below freezing.
A 5-year-old girl and a woman were missing in eastern Bexar County after floodwaters carried away the cars they were traveling in Thursday.
Following a wet holiday weekend, heavy storms swept across San Antonio on Tuesday, with parts of the city seeing up to 10 inches of rain.
CPS Energy said some customers won’t get electricity until Monday.
The emergency preparedness committee chair briefed City Council on information the group has received so far from CPS, SAWS, and COSA.
Some six inches of rain fell on Bexar County over the past 72 hours, according to the National Weather Service.
The winter storm that hit Texas’ power grid hard last month has taught local leaders a few vital lessons about handling such crises.