Dallas Weather

February 1, 2011 by · Comments Off on Dallas Weather 

Dallas Weather, (AP) – In Chicago, the National Weather Service warned that winds gusting up to 60 mph could produce waves on Lake Michigan to 25 feet, leading to coastal flooding and freezing spray considerable, especially along the main street of the town of Lake Shore Drive.

School districts, universities and legislatures closed, airlines canceled thousands of flights. Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport closed because of an ice storm.

Governors in Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Illinois have declared a state of emergency, even though the storm has just arrived. Missouri Governor Jay Nixon activated 600 members of the National Guard.

Warming centers were set up around Missouri in anticipation of power outages. St. Louis has been proactively calling needy officials to verify their well being and develop additional beds for the homeless.

The Illinois legislature canceled meetings for the week because of travel problems expected.

High winds and falling temperatures have led to the issuance of a notice of wind chill, which is rare for North Texas. The wind chill advisory is in effect until 6 am Wednesday.

Wind chill values plunge below zero today and tonight as the first squalls continue north.

A major event in the winter weather continues in north Texas as we begin in February. The rain changed to freezing rain and sleet at night and temperatures dropped rapidly in the 20s before dawn Tuesday morning. The rain fades in the late morning, but the wind-driven snow will do for the occasion by low visibility in areas that received snow.

There were rounds of overnight thunderstorms and periods of heavy snow and ice several inches of snow and ice dumped in the Metroplex. Heavier amounts were generally in the northern half of the DFW area.

San Antonio Weather

September 7, 2010 by · Comments Off on San Antonio Weather 

San Antonio Weather, San Antonio weather condition is not good and the area is under threat of heavy rains and flooding. According to reports, the National Weather Service (NWS) has issued warnings of floods and the recommendations of the winds of San Antonio and South Texas since Tropical Storm Hermine goes to the Alamo City.

Officials have issued warnings to the natives and recent reports say that the warnings will remain intact after 1 am Tuesday (07 September) until Wednesday morning.

San Antonio’s time is full of heavy rain from Tropical Storm Hermine is expected to continue absorbing the San Antonio all day and on Tuesday night as the storm system makes moves towards the northwest from southern Texas.

From the beginning, the rains have not caused problems, but later, causing several traffic during rush hour moorings. Around 7 am, traffic seemed light, but by the time clocks, police said at 7:40 am in San Antonio was working in nearly 40 accidents.

Officials have given to preparing for emergencies and other reference works. The utilities and organizations of law enforcement are fully prepared for barricading, rescue and traffic control from the state of San Antonio is the weather is not good, and experts have warned the rains probably strong winds and flooding.

The Indians also have been warned to be alert and cautious.

Louisiana State Police

December 5, 2009 by · Comments Off on Louisiana State Police 

Louisiana State Police:Louisiana State Police Troop C is requesting assistance in solving a Hit-N-Run fatal crash that occurred on LA. 3235 near the Wal-Mart in Galliano, LA. The crash occurred on Friday, December 26, 2008 at approximately 7:05 p.m.

Mr. Dwain Carrell, 55, of Cut Off, LA. was removing debris from the inside lane (left lane) of LA. 3235 when struck by a 1998 Ford Escort, white, bearing Louisiana license plate SIJ396. The vehicle came back registered to a Santiago Osorio Rodriguez, owner and driver, last known address of 145 Terrebonne Lane Golden Meadow, LA.

Anyone one knowing anything about the crash or the whereabouts of Santiago Osorio Rodriguez, is asked to contact the Louisiana State Police Troop C at 985-857-3680 or the Louisiana State Police Criminal Investigative Division at 985-876-8842.

Contact Information:

M/T Bryan Zeringue SANTIAGO.bmp

Public Information Officer

Louisiana State Police

Office: (985) 857-3683

Cell: (985) 855-0241

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